The Los Angeles Auto Show is coming up, and will feature a host of electric vehicles alongside their gasoline-addicted brethren. Several vehicles are slated to be unveiled during the show, including the Chevrolet Spark EV from GM, a through-and-through electric vehicle. Attendees will get a peek at cars ranging from green to fast and back again.
Mercedes-Benz will be showing off the Ener-G Force concept SUV, which looks like something out a futuristic zombie movie. The sports-utility vehicle is based on the 1970s military SUV G-Class; expect a civilian version to cost "up to six figures." The 2014 Porsche Cayman will also be makng an appearance, a vehicle similar to the Boxster expected to be priced over $50k.
Other notable unveils include Mercedes-Benz's showcasing of a rare edition SLS AMG, the Black Series, a more powerful and lighter version of its regular-edition counterpart. Less the show seem to be all electric vehicles and sports cars, Ford will also be stepping in, showing off a new minivan that is all-around smaller and more efficient than anything it presently offers. Subaru, Toyota, and other manufacturers are all slated to unveil models.
The Los Angeles Auto Show started in 1907, and has been going strong ever since. The show opens on November 30 to the public at the LA Convention Center, and lasts through December 9. We'll be covering the event starting Tuesday, so be sure to check out Slashgear for the latest and greatest updates from California.