image of Jaguar I-Pace at the L.A. Auto Show

The L.A. Auto Show in currently underway, which means the west coast is buzzing with enough horsepower to break California away from the States and drive off into the Pacific without so much as a glance in the rearview mirror.

Alas, California hasn’t seceded just yet. so there is still time to celebrate one of America’s most prestigious gatherings of automobiles. Join JP Logistics as we discuss our top 3 picks for best vehicles that debuted at the L.A. Auto Show.

image of Jaguar I-Pace at the L.A. Auto Show

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Jaguar I-PACE

The sleekly designed I-PACE is Jaguar’s very first foray into electric-powered vehicles. Comparable to Tesla’s Model X SUV, Jaguar’s rendition features 400 hp, 516 lb-ft. of torque and boasts a 0-60 time of 4 seconds flat. — Consumer Reports
Image of Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet at the L.A. Auto Show

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Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet

For Mercedes’ latest vehicle concept, Maybach has been resurrected from the automotive grave to deliver the S650 Cabriolet. Featuring a 6.0 liter twin-turbo V12 engine, compliments of AMG, the S650 Cabriolet boasts 621 hp and a 0-60 of 4 seconds. — Car and Driver
image of Alfa Romea Stelvio at the L.A. Auto Show

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Alfa Romeo Stelvio

Introducing the third phase of Alfa Romeo’s rebirth, the Stelvio houses a 510-horsepower 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 inspired by Ferrari. With a 0-60 time of 3.9 seconds, the Stelvio may just be the fastest SUV ever built. — The Verge
image of Acura Precision Cockpit at the L.A. Auto Show

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BONUS: Acura Precision

Okay, so this extra item isn’t actually a vehicle. Nevertheless, as car enthusiasts, it’s something that we all must look at an interact with every time we turn on our vehicles; we’re talking about the cockpit!

The cockpit found in the Acura Precision neatly blends the concepts of a classic instrument cluster with the modern style and capabilities of the digital age. Featuring a 12.3-inch touch display in place of the typical speedometer and other various gauges, the Precision Cockpit is able to provide an array of useful information as the driver needs it.

What Were Your Favorites From the L.A. Auto Show?

So there you have it, JP Logistics 3 + 1 favorites from the L.A. Auto Show. Did yours make our list? If not, feel free to share your own picks on Facebook or Twitter. We’d love to hear what you have to say!

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