Racing Through the LA Auto Show Cali Lewis December 3, 2012 Episodes 1 Comment 27 Shares Google+ 1 Twitter 23 Facebook 1 LinkedIn 2 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 27 Shares × Toyota NS-4 The NS-4 is beautiful, but it’s a concept, so don’t expect to see this on the road anytime soon. Toyota’s Hybrids and Electrics Toyota continues to focus on electric and hybrid technologies, whether in the popular Prius line, the hybrid Camry, or the upcoming all-electric RAV4 EV. John Cooper Works Tuned Mini This is a hyper souped-up version of the classic Mini, with some impressive electronic integration. They even had a (much) bigger-than-life display to show off their in-car tech. Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid Volkswagen was showing their Jetta Hybrid which actually holds the land speed record for hybrids. Cadillac ATS The Cadillac ATS is a luxury sport sedan that aims to make you forget all about the competition. The Tech of Chevy The Chevy Impala is a beautiful car, with a mini-version of the Cadillac CUE infotainment system. The Volt has improved its performance, now getting 38 miles on electric before switching over to gas. The Spark and Sonic are both getting Siri integration. Audi Connect With Audi Connect, you get Google integration with full maps and search capability and a huge, information-packed heads-up display. Acura NSX Concept The Acura NSX is a stunning concept car – why do they tease us with these? Volvo Polestar and Pedestrian Airbags Not only did Volvo show the cool and powerful Polestar, they also are working up a pedestrian airbag, to make being hit by a car slightly less impactful. Cool Concepts from Lexus Lexus wowed us with the limited-availability LFA, the not-yet-available LFCC, an all-electric coupe concept, and the LFLC, a sleek hybrid sport concept. Honda Plug-In Hybrid Honda’s Accord is always popular and likely to get moreso with their plug-in hybrid design. Chrysler’s Tech Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge are putting some awesome intelligent infotainment systems in their cars. Ford’s Electric Fleet Ford had a lot of electric on display, including the C-Max Plug-In Hybrid. One Response Derek O December 4, 2012 Where’s the coverage of the exotic cars?