The Los Angeles Auto Show holds its festivities in November of each year in the Los Angeles Convention Center. The show, which spans two weeks, features one weekend open to press and trade only and then a second weekend open to the general public.
The show, run by ANSA Productions, welcomes over 22,000 industry and media personnel from 58 countries. The general public, while viewing the newest car models, has the option of taking a test drive pending the driver has a valid driver's license and signs a waiver of liability.
The first Los Angeles Auto Show took place in 1907.