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2017 Los Angeles Auto Show

There were some weird cars at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show

While there are debuts aplenty at most major auto shows, the strange stuff on the peripherals deserve attention, too

These are the coolest new cars revealed at the 2017 LA Auto Show

Los Angeles is all about excess and going over-the-top, so of course automakers saved some big reveals for this California car show

Mitsubishi's new crossover has the old Eclipse name on it

New CUV comes with 1.5-litre turbo, AWD, and tonnes of active safety features (but is not a sports car, sorry)

The 2018 Kicks is Nissan’s more conventional Juke successor

New compact crossover comes standard with active safety features and CVT

BMW’s just dropped its i8’s top (and added more power)

New Roadster goes from closed-roof to open-top motoring in 16 seconds, gets boosted range and power figures

The 2018 Jeep Wrangler has been updated a million little ways

Next-generation of popular off-roader built to better tackle terrain but also cruise more comfortably on pavement

The 2019 Infiniti QX50 offers economy and power via this new tech

Luxury SUV brings variable-compression engine to the market, offering both efficiency and performance in a new, weird way

The new 2019 Ascent is the largest Subaru ever built

Three-row crossover seats eight, comes standard with all-wheel-drive and full active safety suite

Lincoln returns to full model names, turning 'MKX' into 'Nautilus'

Canadian-built luxury SUV gets new grille, turbocharged engines with eight-speed transmission

Mercedes-Benz's newest CLS-Class comes with a straight-six

The original four-door coupe is back with a new inline six-cylinder engine and styling more evolutionary than groundbreaking