(Los Angeles, CA) - The Los Angeles Auto Show held 50 vehicle debuts since it opened Nov. 16 & 17 for press and Nov. 18-27 for the public. As a bright spot in the overall economy, the auto industry continues its momentum at the L.A. Show, highlighted by more than 22 manufacturer press conferences. It will be clear that automakers have invested significantly to deliver vehicles consumers want, featuring an unprecedented number of technological advancements, improved performance and design, all while decreasing carbon emissions. In addition to the 1,000 new vehicles at the show, a significant number of manufacturers have upgraded exhibit spaces and added enhanced features with more interactive content and experiences.
The Ford booth which I was really excited about was packed with people trying to view the new 2013 Mustang Shelby GT500 and the new 2013 Mustang Boss 302. I was happy to wait in line for the opportunity to sit inside the GT500 and I didn't want to get out. There was so much to see and interact with, I especially like the SVT Raptor that was split in half, Im always impressed with the Ford display and I can tell people did too judging by the crowd size.