This year's Los Angeles Auto Show gave us a whole bunch of sweet new cars to put on our holiday wishlist. These are nine we're truly excited for.
BMW announced the M3 CS's existence about a month ago, but this is the first time we're seeing it in the flesh. At $97,400 to start, it's incredibly expensive. But all those upgrades are probably worth it.
Mazda revealed its 2018 Mazda6 mid-size sedan at this year's show, complete with new looks, a better interior and a turbocharged engine. Don't worry manual fans, the naturally aspirated 2.5 liter engine can still be had with a good old-fashioned six-speed.
After years of rumors and speculation, BMW finally unveiled a drop-top version of its i8 hybrid sports car. Like the normal i8, it's a stunner. We can't wait to see one on the road.
American manufacturing and design company Aria showed up to LA with a production version of its FXE supercar, complete with an 1150-horsepower AWD hybrid powertrain. It looks really cool.
Saleen's back with a new supercar, and unlike the top-speed hunting S7, this one's focused on agility and handling. With carbon fiber panels and a 450-horsepower turbo-four, it should be a serious car once it hits the roads.
Like the M3 CS, we already knew about the GTS-ified 718 Boxster and Cayman before the show. That doesn't mean we can't enjoy staring at them on stage.
The new CLS is completely redesigned for 2018, with a modernized interior and a totally new look. Thankfully, it still has that four-door coupe styling buyers seem to love so much.