This year's Los Angeles Auto Show will feature three new Nissan vehicles, including its 2017 Rogue compact SUV, Alfa Romeo's new SUV, and Porsche's revamped Panamera, the show has confirmed.
Nissan will show its Rogue, which will add a gasoline-electric hybrid model, and two other North American debuts.
Other confirmed debuts include the turbo-charged Honda Civic Si, fifth-generation Land Rover Discovery, smart Fortwo Electric Drive cabriolet and three high-end models from Mercedes Benz, including the AMG GT Roadster, G550 4x4 Squared, and AMG GT R.
As with earlier editions of the show, automakers will bring several concept models, including Acura's interior human-machine interface and design, Infiniti's QX Sport Inspiration SUV, and Subaru's global concept signaling a new line of vehicles from the brand.
As previously announced, Jeep will bring its new compact SUV that will replace the Compass and Patriot, while General Motors will show two new Chevrolet models. Cadillac is showing its Escala concept car.
The models will be shown from Nov. 14 to 17 during the media days.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet