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Los Angeles Car Show begins Friday

Convention Center, Los Angeles: The Los Angeles Car Show is a big event for the automotive industry. They unveil their new lineup of cars for 2016; old favorites and new concepts that will make you say, “Wow!”

You can see the latest Corvettes from Chevrolet, Mazda with its new generation of the MX-5 Miata. You will also see for the first time the hydrogen fuel cell cars from Toyota and Honda. They run off fuel cells that you refill, so you don’t have to plug them in.

The BMW i8 electric car.

The BMW i8 electric car.

The BMW i8 is on display, and that is an electric luxury sports car. That seems to be popular at the show.

The big show cars like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Porsche, Alfa Romeo and the latest SL and AMG models from Mercedes-Benz — they are all here for you to see.

There will also be the cars we all usually drive, everything from Europe, Asia and the United States. There are displays for Buicks, Chevys, Ford, Dodge, Lincoln, Toyota, Nissan, Honda — all the cars and trucks you would consider for an every day car.

Alfa Romeo 4C Spider

Alfa Romeo 4C Spider

Tickets start at just 12 dollars for adults, so it’s the kind of fun activity families can afford. But you can pay even more for special events like the Preview Party or guided tours.

The car show runs from November 20-29 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Downtown Los Angeles.

All photos by Claudia Gestro

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Claudia Gestro

Claudia is of Peruvian and Italian descent, having been born in a small town, in the North of Peru, South America. She was raised by her grandmother from an early age, living in poverty until Claudia’s mother brought her to America. She landed in Miami, FL and started her new life, playing high school basketball and eventually becoming a United States citizen. Claudia completed her education at Florida International University with a BA in Broadcast Journalism and became a model to supplement her income. Since graduating from FIU Claudia has worked with many of the Spanish Language broadcasting companies, including Telemundo, Univision and most recently Spanish Language channels on SiriusXM satellite radio and PasTV Deportes in Venezuela.She encourages you to follow her on Twitter and Facebook. Her content appears here under a shared content agreement with her Spanish television clients. Contact the author.

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