The Los Angeles Auto Show is still two months away but they have announced plans to host at least 30 global debuts.

The Los Angeles Auto Show is still two months away but they have announced plans to host at least 30 global debuts.

While a number of models are still under wraps, the show confirmed German automakers will be front and center. Both Audi and Mercedes will stage three global debuts, while Porsche will introduce "several" mysterious cars. BMW will also be in on the action as they will take the wraps off two new vehicles.

Besides the Germans, Chevrolet will stage two global debuts and Mazda will have three global premieres including one all-new production model. There will also be new vehicles from Acura, Lexus, Toyota, Scion and Volkswagen.

There's not a lot of specifics at this point but the show confirmed we will see the Cadillac ATS-V and facelifted Chrysler 300.

 

Audi & Mercedes to stage three global debuts in Los Angeles