LOS ANGELES (CIRCA) — One of the world's largest auto shows returns to Los Angeles on Nov. 30 to Dec. 9 with more than 1,000 vehicles to be showcased at the LA Convention Center.
The LA Auto Show is known for hosting debuts of car models from top brands including Audi, Lamborghini, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and so many more.
This year, Byton is making its reveal into the car industry with its crossover SUV, M-Byte. The pricing starts at $45,000.
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Day 2 at @automobilityla has been focused around media coverage, executive interviews, and a presentation about artificial intelligence from our CEO, Carsten Breitfeld. He also unveiled the K-Byte Concept to the U.S. market. #BYTON #BYTONCars #Mbyte #AutoMobilityLA #meetBYTON #timetobe
People of all ages are welcome to attend the auto show. Among the things to do are car shopping, of course, free test drives and exploring the exotic cars.