The 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show is going to take place between November 30 and December 9 at the LA Convention Center in—you guessed it—Los Angeles, California. At the annual motor show that first began in 1907 we expect to see new concepts and production models from car makers like Audi, Dodge, GMC, Honda, and Volvo. Now, let’s take a quick look at some of the juiciest electrics that are expected to be on display this year. Let’s proceed alphabetically:
Audi e-tron GT : Based on the original Audi e-tron quattro electric SUV, the e-tron GT will be Audi’s mascot for sleek performance electric cars until it reaches production in 2020. It shares its 800-volt charging architecture with the Porsche Taycan to add about 100 kilometres of range in a five-minute charge. The German carmaker recently sent out a tweet teasing the car’s appearance in the motor show.
Byton is a Chinese electric-car startup that’s showing off its second concept car: the K-Byte. It’s a saloon that, according to Byton, “celebrates masculinity, stability as well as sportiness”. What’s special about it is that it can drive around all by itself thanks to the numerous lidar sensors on its body. Byton intends to put out a fleet of prototypes by the end of 2020. Source (digit.in)