I've had them sitting in my camera for like a month now. Take a gander, if you'd like.
Ah, the Porsche 918 Spyder. It was the only current gen hypercar to make an appearance at the LA show. It was even cordoned off from the public in a glass room so that people couldn't get their grubby hands on it.
The car in the front is Steve McQueen's XKSS, which is normally on display at the Petersen Automotive Museum.
Toyota LMP test car.
The LF-LC still is the best executed example of the new Lexus front end.
Final Edition SLS.
The absurd Mercedes Gran Turismo thing.
So Bentley put Twitter hashtags on its cars. #NewFlyingSpur #BentleyMulsanne
You have no idea how graceful this car is in person.
Not a fan of the green on the C7, but many will disagree with me.
It's stunning in blue and yellow. It was nigh impossible to take a shot like this when people were crowding all over the Vettes.
Sure, they had crappy aftermarket wheels, but the cars themselves were relatively unmolested.
Audi still leads the pack in lighting unit design. Look at that little diagonal bar detail inside the taillamp!
My favorite at the show? Silky matte blue paint job on the R8. It'd be a nightmare to own a car with that kind of coating, but still. So pretty...