Los Angeles Auto Show officially postponed to May 2021September 4, 2020
One of the largest events in the auto industry was canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, this does not mean that the Los Angeles International Auto Show will not take place.
As the press service of the event organizer told AutoTimesNews, the auto show, held annually at the Los Angeles Convention Center, will move six months to the spring of 2021. Originally scheduled for November 20-29, 2020, the public show will now take place in May, namely 21-31. Press days have been postponed from November 18-19, 2020 to May 19-20, 2021.
“We appreciate the continued support from the Los Angeles Convention Center, the City of Los Angeles and all of our automotive partners,” said Lisa Kaz, CEO of the Los Angeles Auto Show. Memorial Day Weekend is a fantastic time for extended outdoor activities and new product debuts. The weather in Los Angeles opens up exciting new opportunities for the spring show. “
As an important force in the ecosystem of new car sales so critical to the Los Angeles economy, the new show dates provide a much needed boost for local auto dealerships at a critical time. At the same time, visitors can expect to see the latest and most popular cars, as well as take part in interactive exhibitions, test drives and other outdoor events prepared by the organizers. The press release noted that the well-being of visitors and the entire community remains a top priority for show organizers.
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