For 2016, Auto Mobility LA will also include the following events: The 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show was held from November 19 through November 28, 2010, with press days on November 17 and 18.
The Sneak Preview Night was held on November 18, 2010.
The Los Angeles Auto Show is an annual auto show held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in mid-to-late November.
The LA Auto Show is an OICA sanctioned international exhibition and also endorsed by the Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealers Association.
It is open to the public for ten days each year, filling 760,000 square feet (71,000 m four days full of activity for journalists, designers and industry representatives alike.
In 2014, the show had a record number of debuts with more than 65 World and North American debuts.
From 2013-2015, the first of three Press & Trade Days was devoted to the Connected Car Expo, which united automotive and technology professionals in an effort to increase development and foster relationship-building in the connected car industry, providing attendees with access to the key players and top media constructing the future of the connected car.
Now, Connected Car Expo has merged with the show's Press & Trade days to create Auto Mobility LA: the new auto industry’s first true trade show with one brand, one schedule and one location to precede the ten-day public show.
The Los Angeles Auto Show began in 1907 with ninety-nine vehicles on display at Morley’s Skating Rink.
As the auto industry grew, the auto show changed venues four times throughout the 1920s to accommodate the growing needs of vendors.
In 1926, it took place at the corner of Hill and Washington where it stayed for the next four years.
During the 1929 show, an electrical circuit in one of the airplane exhibits caught fire causing the entire show to go up in flames ending in more than Million in damage.
With the help of the community, the show re-opened one day later at the Shrine Auditorium.