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As the world’s biggest auto show, the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show is filled with surprises and excitement.

Here’s a look at the most interesting and exciting vehicles on show so far.


Hyundai Elantra (6,867) In a world of cars that are cheaper than the Elantras, the Hyundai Elanti is a must-have.

The big sedan has an impressive lineup, but its most popular model is the SUV, and its new S-class has plenty of power.

It has a base price of $30,995.

That’s $5,000 more than the $31,350 starting price for the Elanti.

But its best-seller, the S-Class Sport, gets a $7,500 price cut.

The new S Coupe comes in at $38,950.

It’s got a new exterior, an upgraded interior, a better trunk space, and an all-wheel drive system.

Plus, it comes with a $2,500 optional all-season battery.


Lexus RX-6 (5,929) Like the Elante, the Lexus is one of the most popular sedans on show.

It comes in a variety of trim levels, including the base SR-50 model, the premium SR-60 model, and a superlative SR-90 model.

All come with a choice of three- and four-wheel-drive.

Its biggest selling point is that it has a hybrid system, which is the first in a new breed of hybrid cars.

It offers three different levels of battery range.

One level, called Hybrid II, is for those who want a more economical option.

The other level, Hybrid III, is reserved for people who want the best of both worlds.

Lexuses are available with both front and rear powertrains, and the Lexuses have a six-speed automatic and a six and a half-speed manual.


Toyota Corolla (5) Like its big brother, the Toyota Corollas have a few things going for them.

First, they have a base of nearly 5,000 models.

The price is $32,950, up $500.

But the company is doubling down on its Corolla Premium and Corolla Ultimate lines with more options and more powerful engines.

That means the Corolla is an excellent choice for people with bigger budgets.

Toyota says the Corolla Premium and Premium Premium have a combined range of up to 860 miles and a starting price of about $41,200.

The Corolla Deluxe gets a bit of a jump, starting at $41.900.

It gets a new front fascia and a new rear fascia, but it also gets a more powerful version of its V6 engine, which goes from 1,200 horsepower to 2,000 horsepower.


BMW X1 (3,000) This luxury car is one for the people who don’t need to take the plunge to the next level.

BMW offers a range of X1 models starting at around $45,000.

The X1 is a sports car, and it has more power and range than the Lexusa, so it’s a nice option for people looking to have more power than the X1.

The $51,400 X1 Premium comes with an optional all carbon fiber body and the X4 turbo, which brings up to a top speed of 174 mph.

The premium X1 comes with all-new technology, including a rearview camera, a new cruise control system, and electronic stability control.


Chevrolet Silverado 1500 (3) Chevy’s Silverado is another popular vehicle that’s more affordable than the other major automakers.

It starts at $46,800.

It features an all new engine, an all wheel drive system, a rear spoiler, and all-metal wheels.

It also comes with more than $1,000 in options and a leather interior.

Chevy says the Silverado offers a total of 12.8 mpg city and 21.4 mpg highway.

The Silverado has the highest starting price, at $53,600, but you can also get it with a six or eight-speed transmission, which will give you a more comfortable ride.

The company says the new Silverado 2500 comes with four electric motors, and that it will go on sale in 2019.


Toyota Camry (3.2) The Camry is a luxury car for those looking for a bit more of a luxurious ride.

It started at $52,200 and is a four-door, two-seater.

Toyota is touting the Camry as an all aluminum car, so you’ll want to pick up an all carbon version.

Toyota doesn’t specify a starting cost, but the starting price is about $56,000, and buyers can choose from a new five-speed, six-speaker setup or a six, eight-speak system.


Ford F-150 (3.)

The F-Series is