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Los Angeles 2010: World debuts and the hopes of an industry

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In brief: The always-exciting Los Angeles Auto Show kicks off the 2010 car show circuit with seven world debuts and fifty alternative fuel vehicles.

Motor show in the news

Show: 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show
Dates: December 4-13

The word

The 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show is just around the corner, promising a weary car world as many as seven world debuts, including the Cadillac GTS Coupe (pictured below).

Cadillac

The show is also promising 30 North American debuts, including the Mercedes-Benz B-Class F-Cell, the Audi e-tron concept, BMW's ActiveHybrid X6 and the Morgan Aero Sport (pictured below):

Morgan

Finally, the show will feature a full 50 alternative fuel vehicles, including the likes of the Fisker Karma and the Chevy Volt as well as a plug-in Toyota Prius and Volkswagen's wild L1 concept, to name just a few.

And so ….

This year's show is stacking up to be just what the industry needs—an LA-style shot in the arm as the embattled vehicle world kicks off the auto show circuit and circles into a brand new year.

By Ross Bonander

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