The LA Auto Show, taking place Nov. 18-27, is showcasing more than 70 ‘green’ cars including the 2012 Green Car of the Year, a natural gas Honda Civic.
GM recently co-won a design challenge at the Los Angeles Auto Show, envisioning a Cadillac concept seating four and powered by compressed air.
The Los Angeles Auto Show showcased a number of innovative green cars. We round up some of the more interesting ones for your consideration.
GM’s Buick brand is trying its hand at green cars again, announcing at the Los Angeles Auto Show plans for a hybrid version of its LaCrosse vehicle.
The Fit EV was the main focus, but Honda also showed off its new, quick-charging plug-in hybrid platform for mid-size sedans at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Infiniti is bringing to its U.S. dealers the M35h hybrid, which it debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show to showcase its 30 miles per gallon fuel economy.
Honda’s answer to the electric car is the Fit EV, debuting at the Los Angeles Auto Show with a 100 mile estimated range and top speed of 90 MPH.
Toyota has debuted in Los Angeles the RAV4 EV, co-developed with Tesla Motors and said to be capable of going 100 miles per charge of its battery.
Mercedes-Benz is showcasing at the Los Angeles Auto Show its B-Class F-CELL fuel cell powered vehicle, with plans for a limited USA production run.
Jaguar brings its sexy C-X75 electric sports concept car to the Los Angeles Auto Show, letting Jay Leno take a spin in a vehicle he really, really likes.
Nissan is showing off at the Los Angeles Auto Show its Ellure concept hybrid, blending stylish design with environmental driving functions in a sedan body.