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The last days at the Los Angeles Auto Show 2014

The last days at the Los Angeles Auto Show 2014 are predicted to be full of excitement, speed and flashy new vehicles, giving us a unique glance into what the next year (well, next years, as a matter of fact) have in store for us.

But before we delve deep into endless discussions of whether electric cars will be all the rage next year or if water-powered engines are a possibility for the near future of inventics, let’s take a look at what has been going on so far at the grand Los Angeles Auto Show 2014.

It may also be a good moment to review the auto events this year, some of which we have covered together: the Paris show, the New York event, Detroit, Geneva and the innovative and a bit outlandish SEMA have all marked the year we’re preparing to say goodbye to.

Arguably the last vital event of the auto calendar is taking place as we speak: the Los Angeles Auto Show 2014 started on the 21st of November and is going to be open until the 30th, so you are just in time to catch the last days if you happen to be in America. (You can always rent a car and drive to LA if you haven’t had the inspiration so far).

So far, here is what has been on display at the show. With a bold, rounded design, massive and “aggressively” red, the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Cup Car was inspired by the fourth-gen Miata. It’s already debuted at the SEMA recently, but it is worth a second glance!

Another car that gives us reasons to look forward to 2016 is the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 and GT500. At the show, Ford actually invited Mustang Shelby owners to come show off their wheels!

So what’s next? You still have a couple of days to find out and share with us!

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