Look Out World: Debuts at the 2011 LA Auto Show–Mastratta MTX

Hmmm… the Mastretta MXT. The Top Gear blokes joked about it being designed and built in Mexico, and they’re way funnier than I am. But I’m curious… If you’re going to build your country’s first sports car, why make it an Elise knock off? More Debuts at the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>

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Look Out World: Debuts at the 2011 LA Auto Show–Panamera GTS

Full disclosure: Other than Ferraris, I don’t generally like cars in red. And after it debuted, I thought the Panamera’s designers should be charged with vandalism. But for some reason, I actually liked the new GTS. Maybe I’m losing it. More Debuts at the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>

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Look Out World: Debuts at the 2011 LA Auto Show–Fiat 500 Abarth

Fiat’s little 500 is damn near perfect. But if there’s one sure-fire way way to make a car better, it’s to give it more power. Along with 59 more ponies, the Abarth also gets some trick brakes, suspension pieces and appearance bits. Mama mia! More Debuts at the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>

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The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show, Volvo Concept You

Sure, I’ve seen plenty of concepts with suicide doors and a B-pilar delete. But I’ve drank plenty of Makers Mark too, and not sick of that either. With its doors open like this, Volvo’s Concept You looks as inviting as a suite at the Wynn. More LA Auto Show Coverage: More Booth Babes >>>> Lexus […] More »

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The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show, Subaru BRZ Concept STI

Subie’s BRZ is built on the same platform as Scion’s F-RS, and swaps swooping curves for beefy boxiness. I think this looks more production-ready than it’s corporate cousin, which is a nice way of saying it doesn’t look nearly as cool. More Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>

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