Nine Amazing Cars at the L.A. Auto Show: 2013 Range Rover

Stunning. I didn’t expect to lose my marbles over this all-aluminum definition of luxurious SUV, but I did. It looked beautiful on the floor, and will only look more so when it’s rolling among more humble machines. The supercharged one? Zero to 60 in 5.1 seconds. Next >>

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Nine Amazing Cars at the L.A. Auto Show: 1964 Porsche 904 Carrera GTS

Porsche has its own room at the show, and always brings a hot historical piece. This year, that historical piece was a 1964 904 Carrera GTS. Personally, looking at this car was my yearly reminder that I haven’t been to the Porsche museum in Stuttgart yet. I need to go. Next >>

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Nine Amazing Cars at the L.A. Auto Show: BMW i8

BMW’s i8 is starting to resemble an actual car, as opposed to the crazy design exercise we’ve seen previously. Whether it’ll still look like a machine ready to preside over the enslavement of humanity when it hits production? That’s anyone’s guess. But we can dream. Next >>

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Nine Amazing Cars at the L.A. Auto Show: 2013 Porsche Cayman

Aside from the 918 Hybrid hypercar, this is the best-looking ride Porsche builds. The hips are gorgeous, and Stutgart’s reputation for building driver’s cars means it will be an absolute joy to take through a set of twisties. The new Cayman made its world debut in L.A. Next >>

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Nine Amazing Cars at the L.A. Auto Show: Acura NSX

Will Honda actually build the NSX? Who knows? But it’s a striking car, and it’d be awesome to see Honda build something that isn’t a totally boring practical-mobile for people who don’t swear, always drink responsibly and try not to splash when they get into the pool. Next >>

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