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TMR Team | Aug, 02 2013 | 1 Comment

November's Los Angeles Auto Show will play host to at least nine world premieres, some already revealed and some still under wraps.

The event's organisers have confirmed new models or concepts will be shown by BMW, Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, MINI, Porsche, Subaru and Volkswagen.

So, what can we expect?

We already know that Porsche's new Macan will debut in LA, although recently spied test cars have shown us most of what the SUV has to offer - at least on the outside.

MINI's new next-generation Cooper hatch is expected, along with the Vision concept revealed online last week. This, too, has been spied in varying stages of undress.

Merc's big-and-bad S 65 AMG is reportedly bound for LA, following the rest of the new S-Class range that debuted back in May.

Chevrolet will show off a pair of models we don't - and again won't - see in Australia, revealing the next Tahoe and Suburban SUVs.

Subaru has revealed few details about its plans for LA, although recent spy photos suggest a brand-new Liberty is around the corner. Or, we might see the long-rumoured BRZ STI. Perhaps the new WRX?

Expect also to see the American-market version of Volkswagen's new Golf wagon in LA.

As for BMW, we could see any number of new models at the LA show. Upcoming 'Bimmers' include the 1 Series GT hatch, the 2 Series coupe, the M3 sedan and M4 coupe, Gran Coupe and Convertible versions of the 4 Series, and the new X4 SUV.

There are few clues as to Ford's intentions. You might hope to see the new Mustang, but we expect that to appear no sooner than January's Detroit Auto Show.

Lastly, Honda's unveiling could star the production version of the upcoming NSX coupe - heavily teased in recent weeks - or the new Jazz hatch that debuted away from the show circuit last month.

For now, it's Rumourville. Stay tuned.

 
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