Automakers will reveal more than 65 new vehicles ahead of the LA Auto Show as part of the event's annual AutoMobility LA conference between Nov. 19 and 21, according to organizers.
BMW, Karma Automotive, Porsche, and Toyota should be among the top newsmakers at this year's event.
Toyota has already announced it will bring its 2020 RAV4 plug-in hybrid compact SUV.
BMW is expected to debut its 600-horsepower M8 Gran Coupe, according to CNET.
Karma plans to upgrade its Revero GTS sports sedan with more power and an improved interior.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet