SUVs on a roll at Automobility LA 2019

November 26, 2019 at 6:21 pm Leave a comment

Report from correspondent “Carguy” Keith Turner

The annual Los Angeles auto show – now known as #Automobility LA – brought hundreds of media from around the world together to witness the premiere of a number of family-friendly vehicles that feature conventional gas-burning engines. With trucks and sport utility vehicles continuing to lead the sales charts, this year’s show featured several new SUVS to join an already crowded SUV market. #Chevrolet, which already has six SUVs in its lineup, added a seventh with its introduction of the Trailblazer as a model to fit between the Equinox and Blazer. The Trailblazer will be available in an RS sport model as well a a model called “ACTIV”.

#Kia used a jungle set design to release its new 2021 Seltos crossover, which will be slightly larger than the Soul, yet below the Sportage in size. #Mercedes is gambling that the SUV craze continues by launching the new high-performance GLE 63 S SUV while also rolling the dice with a performance luxury SUV called the Mercedes-AMG GLS 63. Proving that sedans aren’t dead yet, Genesis uncovered its mid-cycle full refresh for the popular #Genesis G90 flagship luxury sedan. The future of family cars is still heavy with Sport Utility Vehicles and with at least half of new car sales predicted to go to the SUV segment, don’t expect that trend to change anytime soon.

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