The 2016 Los Angeles auto show had just a few reveals from major manufacturers—and even fewer surprises—but there were some tasty bites from the pre-Thanksgiving event.
The Hits—or what worked
Jaguar I-Pace concept, 2016 Los Angeles Auto ShowEnlarge Photo
Jag's first foray into the electric crossover business won't get here until 2018, but we have a good idea what it'll look like. The I-Pace may be more of a wagon, but it's all battery powered and represents the future for the resurgent luxury brand.
2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, 2016 Los Angeles Auto ShowEnlarge Photo
Not long after the launch of its first sedan in the U.S. for several decades, Alfa Romeo showed off its first crossover—well, ever. Size-wise? Think BMW X4. Performance-wise? Think M4, at least in the Quadrifoglio trim that was shown.
2018 Audi S5 Sportback, 2016 Los Angeles auto showEnlarge Photo
Probably the worst-kept secret at the LA auto show was the 2018 Audi A5 Sportback. The car will get everything that made the A4 very competent but with the A7's looks to boot.