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L.A. Auto Show's Hottest Cars: Chevy Corvette, Mercedes Coupe, BMW i8 And Tesla's Trio

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[ibd-display-video id=2972060 top=true autostart=true]LOS ANGELES - The L.A. Auto Show is kicking off the North American car-show season, and you know what that means: new car debuts. Here's a roundup of some of the biggest eye candy we're seeing at the show, including hot rides from BMW ( BMWYY ), Daimler ( DDAIF ), General Motors ( GM ) and Tesla ( TSLA ).

Corvette ZR1 Convertible

General Motors-owned Chevrolet unveiled its Corvette ZR1 convertible, stealing the spotlight in a striking orange color. Hitting dealerships this spring, the high-power convertible's pricing starts at $123,995.

Mercedes-Benz CLS Coupe

Daimler's Mercedes-Benz introduced its all-new CLS Coupe, which is the first version of the luxury sedanlike sports car that can seat up to five passengers.

BMW i8 Roadster Convertible

BMW's sleek i8 Roadster convertible made its debut at the show. The plug-in hybrid can go from 0 to 60 in 4.4 seconds. BMW also showed off its iVision Dynamics concept car, and has plans to have 25 electric and hybrid vehicles by 2025.

The Tesla Trio

And we can't forget about Tesla. Although Elon Musk isn't showing off any new cars (as Tesla likes to have its own events for vehicle debuts), the Model S, Model X and Model 3 are considered to be some of the hottest cars out there.

Tesla expanded its presence at the L.A. Auto show this year, with its booth sitting font-and-center in the West Hall.

More To Come

More hot cars are set to be unveiled. Check out our L.A. Auto Show page for more coverage.

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