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This week, another automotive industry event was resurrected: the Los Angeles Auto Show. As with many large gatherings, the show went on hiatus last year. And although smaller than in years past, automakers had plenty of big news to share at this year's L.A. show. Model-year 2023 debuts were the Acura Integra, Kia Sportage Hybrid, Mazda CX-50, and twinsies the Subaru Solterra and Toyota bZ4X. Concept vehicles were interesting as well, like the Hyundai Seven, Kia EV9, and Barbie Extra (yes, that Barbie).
The 2022 Nissan Rogue Turbo also debuted, plus we covered updates on the 2022 Jeep Renegade, Subaru Crosstrek, and Toyota RAV4. As for general industry news, used car prices continue to climb, and in-car tech continues to confuse. You know, like Tesla Full Self-Driving, about which we offer an explainer.
For those currently in the car market, check out our latest minivan comparison, which pits the Chrysler Pacifica against the Toyota Sienna, as well as new reviews on the BMW 2 Series, BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe, BMW X3, and Jeep Grand Cherokee.
But that's not everything that was happening in the automotive space.