2021 LA Auto Show Begins at Convention Center After COVID-19 Hiatus

The Los Angeles Auto Show is running for 10 days, Nov. 19–28—including Thanksgiving Day— with indoor and outdoor showcases at the Los Angeles Convention Center, marking its first in-person event in two years. This year’s edition of the popular motor mecca puts a particular spotlight on zero-emission vehicles, as well as the usual wide array of gas-powered and hybrid cars, SUVs, and pickups—and the chance for visitors to test many of them in person in 1 million square feet of indoor and outdoor space. In all, some 1,000 vehicles will be on display, organizers said. Founded in 1907, the LA Auto Show is one of the first major auto shows in North America and the best-attended of its kind globally. This year’s show introduced its new zero-emission program—the ZEVAS (Zero Emission Vehicle Awards). The 2021 ZEVAS winners were announced on Nov. 16: • Compact: Hyundai KONA Electric • Coupe: Alpha Motor …

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By Kelly Sanchez

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