Electra Meccanica.. EV refitter?
Clearly not a finished product.
Porsche 911 GT3.
Old school still looks good.
Porsche Mission R.
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4RS Clubsport.
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4RS.
Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Platinum.
Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo.
Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS.
I forget which food truck this was.
Poke-ritto is better in theory than in reality, seaweed is hard to chew in a burrito.
Soooooo slow. 26 minutes for this.
320hp AWD/77.4kWh battery, 225hp RWD/77.4kWh battery (314 mile range), or 167hp RWD/58kWh battery.
Ugly steering wheel. Screens aren't much better.
Kia Stinger video game.
The projectors doing the floor were impressive.
Subaru Solterra, their first EV.
Lots of cladding.
Piano black = fingerprint magnet.
Decent enough considering the price.
Ram indoor pickup test track.
Subaru WRX Hoonigan rally car.
Lots of modified Ford Broncos.
Way too low Ford Mustang 2.3T.
Ford Mustang Mach-E.
Ford F-150 Lightning.
As though you didn't know it was a EV.
Ford F-100 Eluminator Concept, powered by Mustang Mach-E GT drivetrain.
Feels like a Chrysler inside.
Alfa Romeo Stelvio.
Jeep Grand Wagoneer. Surprised it took Chrysler so long to cash in on the luxury barge trade.
Jeep Grand Wagoneer.
Dodge Challenger Hellcat.
Same old inside.
Kia EV9 Concept.
Fisker: who needs quality control?
Toyota Tundra frame and powertrain.
Toyota Highlander (?).
Toyota Rhombus design project.
Toyota Supra convertible.
Toyota bZ4X (yes, the Subaru Solterra is its twin).
That lower bumper looks expensive to fix.
Grill still looks unfinished. And meh on the headlights.
Taillights still ugly, but less ugly in person than expected.
The headlights don't work either.
Yeah no. It's not that it's awful but it could be so much better.
Original Nissan 240Z.
You can see what the new car tried to do and failed at.
Back end seems busy, lacks the elegance of the original.
VR30DDTT with CD009 6-speed manual.
Top mount air to water intercoolers.
Old familiar (and reliable?) VTC design.
Nissan Rogue, now with the VC-Turbo from the Altima. 201hp/225hp, 30/37/33mpg.
For $26k to $37k... not too bad.
Gauges look cool for such an affordable vehicle.
Nissan Frontier. Brand-new but already looks dated.
Interior is actually fairly nice.
Busy at 3pm on the last day of the show.
Honda Civic Sport 1.5T.
Interior is not bad at all given current styling trends.
Except the air vents (hex mesh) drive me crazy. They look impossible to keep clean. Hard pass.
Blank when off. One big drawback of LCD.... not pretty when off.
Decent except for the impossible to clean air vents.
VinFast VF e36.
VinFast VF e35.
For such a new player to have such a big booth speaks volumes about how much the show has shrunk, or how well funded they are.
Grilles are increasingly huge these days, but this is next-level.
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 convertible.
Carbon fiber wheel option.
Chevrolet Trailblazer Activ.
Not sure what's so speical about this new trim.
Yes, it fits golf clubs.
Chevrolet Corvette Z06.
Chevrolet Corvette Z06's base wheels.
Chevrolet Silverado ZR2.
Hyunda Santa Cruz.
Hyundai solar and batteries.
Hyundai IONIQ 5.
Wait there's no frunk?
Hyundai fuel cell semi tractor.
Hyundai Nexo (also fuel cell).
Hyundai IONIQ SEVEN concept.
Clearly concept seating, no way NHTSA would approve this.
A steering wheel only a mother could love.
Two screens with such huge bezels does not appeal.
I honestly have no clue what kind of EV this is.
Nope, still no clue.
Lincoln Navigator Black Label.
Electrify America EV test drive.
Hyundai Kona N.
14.2" (360mm) front rotors don't look as big as I thought under 235/40/19's.
Not sure on rear brake size but looks much smaller..
Interior is a sea of plastic.
At least it's functional.
The silly "N Grin Shift" overboost.
Hyundai Elantra N.
Back end looks decent. Fake diffuser, sigh.
245/35/19 on the Elantra N.
The same 14.2" rotors (360mm) but slightly wider 245/35/19 tires than the Kona N.
Might be a face only a mother could love.
Mostly fake vents.
Interior is nicer than the Kona N.
Nice gauge option on the main display.
Proper 6-speed manual.
Gauges are just a big empty LCD panel when the car is off.
Hyundai Elantra N steering wheel.
Seats are a bit more fake racing bucket than on the Kona.
Fake racing bucket style.
There's a turbo crammed back there somewhere.
Could get a finger between the firewall and the turbo, but not much else.
It's tight back there.
Strut tower bracing.
Hyundai Veloster N.
Hyundai Veloster N. Note 235/35/19, so the smallest tires of the N trio.
Hyundai N had their own area of the show.
Hyundai N lineup: Kona, Veloster, Elantra.
Hyundai Elantra N TCR race car.
350hp/332lb-ft, 6-speed sequential.
Hyundai Elantra N suspension details. Stamped steel control arms but at least the rear is independent vs. the base models.
Hyundai Elantra N suspension details. Struts up front. Skinny looking CV joints.
INDI EV. They seem like another hopelessly optimistic EV startup.
South Hall lobby.
Toyota owners' club event outside in Chick Hearn Ct.
Back of the MR2.
Bagged HKS GR Supra.
HKS GR Supra.
Yes, a Sienna.
Check out the interior.
Posing with the Lakers Girls.
Old school. Old school cage. Eeeek.
Menu at Birdies.
Outside of Birides.
Spicy chicken sandwich wasn't really spicy, but it wasn't bad either.
Both a bit too sweet, but the original glazed was perfect today.