The LA Auto Show 2016 returns with a glimpse of the automotive future
It was the first time back in 2015 when we visited the LA Auto Show in Los Angeles and we were pretty impressed with the size of the show and mixture of cars on display. This year we saw a rise in the technology beig introduced into the industry from more advanced 3D Printing of vehicles and parts, to technology connecting the car to your cell phone.
This is a fully 3D Printed supercar called Blade created by Divergent, which was at the main entrance of the show and is a world’s first. It has over 700bhp to!
Here you see the full chassis and interior of the Blade Supercar.
Divergent are also investing in 3D Printing motorcycles to.
The Porsche 919 Hybrid race car had one side fully covered in Lego to match.
One displya just outside the custom garage area of the show, was the ultra cool Ringbrothers Pantera. See the full feature right here.
The Madness Autoworks Fiat 500 was back on display for another year. See the full feature here.
We will be bringing you the full feature on this crazy mini very soon from the guys at Madness Autoworks.
It’s not often that we come across a DONK ride, but damn! This one is super crazy! Those wheels! So big.
Our friends over at Zelectric Motors, had a cool variety of classic cars that are now running on electric motors. We will be bringing you a full feature on this guys very soon.
A mixture of DUB Magazine rides and also their latest off-road magazine called lftd & lvld.
Walking around the new car area, we were presented with some cool concept cars, like this Jaguar I-PACE electric SUV. Almost every car manufacture had a new concept to showcase.
The variety of concept vehicles was incredible to see, with the SUV’s representing, including the alternate fuels such as electrical power.
Not only were their new concepts, but enter the Galpin Motors area and you get presented with awesome custom rides like this cool Pink Panther.
Such a cool collection of cars from the mystery machine, Spyker and some classic custom cars.
Nissan Motors decided to go all in with Star Wars and created this huge TIE Fighter!
Were you at the show? Tell us what you liked and which cars were your favourite.