The LA motor show takes place this week, with the schedule full of new car reveals from big-name manufacturers, as well as new concepts, facelifts and production models.
Our team of journalists will be working to bring you the very latest news as it happens from the show, but here's our pre-LA roundup of what to expect at the event in 2013.
Just ten examples of the super-rare Neiman Marcus Edition Vanquish Volante will be built by Q by Aston Martin, the firm’s customisation arm. Aston Martin says the model was inspired by the Prince of Wales’s DB6 Volante.
We already know many of the details surrounding BMW's latest addition to the 4-series lineup, but this is the first time we'll see it in the flesh. Prices will start at £36,675 when it goes on sale next March.
Already on sale in the US, a revised Edge has been confirmed as coming to Europe in 2014. The Blue Oval sees a big opportunity in the European SUV market, and the Edge will form the third entry in its SUV range alongside the EcoSport and the Kuga.
So far we've only seen a single sketch of Honda's FCEV concept, but the model will be revealed in full at LA. Honda says the model “expresses a potential styling direction” for the next generation of its fuel-cell electric vehicle.
One of the most anticipated reveals of the year, recent spy shots have shown the F-type coupe has stuck closely to the styling of the original CX16 concept.
Set to become a new flagship saloon for the Korean brand, the Quoris - also known as the K9 or K900 - has already been confirmed for the US, but is not likely to come to Europe due to its size.
The MKC SUV, which claims to feature a premium interior is offered with a choice of Ford's EcoBoost engines, is targeted at the American market.
The S65 AMG has 621bhp on tap from its 6.0-litre V12 engine, and is able to cover the 0-62mph sprint in less than four seconds. It's expected to start at around £160,000 when it goes on sale.
A strictly-limited run of 350 units will mark the end of the SLS AMG GT before a new model, codenamed C190, is launched in 2015 to replace it. The Final Edition features new bodywork and is expected to have an upgraded interior.
Undoubtedly one of the most anticipated reveals of the show, pictures of Porsche's new SUV have already been leaked ahead of the show. The compact SUV will look to take on the Range Rover Evoque and Audi Q5 in Europe.