The 2023 Los Angeles Auto Show only had a single press day this year, on November 16th. This was followed by a public show scheduled for November 17th through November 26th.

Detailed coverage for the show can also be found by loading the 2023 Los Angeles Auto Show saved workspace in our Vehicle Information Center.

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Los Angeles Auto Show

Founded in 1907, the Los Angeles Auto Show (LA Auto Show®), is one of the most influential and best-attended auto shows globally and spans more than 1,000,000 square feet. Each fall, show creator ANSA Productions gathers the who’s who of the auto industry to unveil the future of mobility in the car culture capital of the world.

Delivering worldwide media exposure, industry networking, and experiential marketing, our Media and Industry Preview Day called AutoMobility LA® draws more than tens of thousands of auto industry decision-makers and influencers, including nearly 5000 media and journalists from 50+ countries. It brings together the entire ecosystem driving the convergence of technology and the automobile.

Following AutoMobility LA, the show opens its doors to the public for the LA Auto Show, where hundreds of thousands of qualified car shoppers, enthusiasts, and auto fans come together for ten exciting days in the nation’s largest car-buying market.

- More details can be found on the show's official website.


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Debut

2025 Lucid Gravity Electric

Not long after the Lucid Air electric luxury sedan hit the ground, we received the company's next vehicle: Gravity. Using the same tech as the Air, the 2025 Gravity is expected to take everything the four-door offers and add a higher seating position, a more spacious cabin, SUV styling, and yes, probably a higher price, too. Competitors include the Tesla Model X and Rivian R1S.

The 2025 Lucid Gravity is now not expected until the second half of the 2024 calendar year; it's at least the second delay from a young automaker still launching its first product, the Air sedan. Gravity pricing will start at around $80,000. We wouldn't be surprised if a potential Dream Edition went for around $175,000.

Unlike its sedan sibling, the Gravity will be offered initially only with all-wheel drive. Should demand develop for a rear-drive option, Lucid would consider building one. Official specs have yet to be released but look for output of 480 hp at a minimum and more than 800 hp at the upper end. Launches to 60 mph could be accomplished in as little as 3.5 seconds. The Gravity will also work with the same industry-exclusive 900-volt electrical architecture as Lucid's sedan, which means it'll have one of the highest maximum charge rates of any vehicle on the market.


Major Redesign

2025 Toyota Camry Sedan Hybrid

Automakers have intensified electrification efforts throughout their lineups, and Toyota is no exception; in fact, it's something of a progenitor thanks to the mold-breaking Prius hybrid. The Camry returns exclusively as a hybrid for 2025, but its redesign isn't as significant as we expected. Thanks to evolutionary improvements, though, this midsize sedan should continue to provide a high-efficiency option for consumers looking for spacious, conventional transportation.

Toyota has targeted incremental improvement with the 2025 Camry's redesign. Instead of starting from scratch, the automaker builds on the midsize sedan's strengths of practicality and efficiency while placing greater emphasis on performance. A more powerful hybrid drivetrain and re-engineered suspension could offer the compelling dynamics we sorely missed in the previous-generation model. Other upgrades to the hybrid-only 2025 Camry include an enhanced suite of standard safety features and more digital real estate for all models. While we criticized previous versions of the Camry Hybrid for lacking tech, the new model should be much more competitive with rivals like the Honda Accord and Hyundai Sonata.