While the development of the Los Angeles Auto Show into an international event started 100 years ago, it is in the last 25 years some of the most significant progress has been made.
The expansion of the Los Angeles Convention Center in 1993 finally provided the show with enough exhibit space to meet the needs of its exhibitors and consumers.
Manufacturers increasingly utilize the show to introduce new cars and present concept vehicles attracting several thousand journalists from the USA and around the world.
The use of multi-media presentations with cutting-edge technologies enable exhibitors to communicate images and information in a compelling manner that both informs and entertains show-goers.
Now with new fall show dates, the future looks even more promising for the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Manufacturers will be increasing their activities with more vehicle debuts, more elaborate press conferences, and more attractive exhibits, all of which will provide journalists and consumers with reasons to attend and enjoy the show.