The 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show has a bit of everything. But, the emphasis is clearly shifting to new technology. Can the designs keep pace and fairly represent these new advances? Or, is the industry happy with the way things are?
SVJ 63 Roadster, the most exclusive open top Aventador ever produced: a collaboration between Lamborghini’s design and Ad Personam teams, shown at Pebble Beach along with the Huracán EVO GT Celebration: A homage to the American race victories.
VW ID. Buggy and the next-gen design is off-road ready and features no roof or doors for the purest beach cruiser experience, and the MEB platform can be used for a wide variety of custom vehicles.
The yet-named model is a two- seat, open cockpit roadster that will be the latest in McLaren’s range-topping Ultimate series of supercars, while the bespoke GT by MSO is ready for market now.
Escala is a statement of intent for the next iteration of the Cadillac design language, and also technical concepts in development for future Cadillac models
Hyundai has really come into it’s own with the unveiling of the Vision G Concept Coupe. The Vision G, or as it was earlier designated – HCD-16, is a step forward from the pack of overly functional products that don’t really come across as distinct. Simply put, the Vision G puts a greater emphasis on shapes and forms, and takes risks. And yes, it's even sexy.