The action of the show is largely over, and Tish and Rachel are writing up their notes. Keep your eyes peeled for any last-minute news stories from the show, but until then, take a look at what LA has had to offer this year. Let's recap...
The Porsche 718 Cayman and Boxster GTS - remember these? They were revealed so long before the show that they don’t feel like LA cars, but they are, and they pack 361bhp. Another Porsche, the 911 T, also went on display, as a pared-back purist’s special. Yes, another one. We're not complaining, mind.
Range Rover SVAutobiography - Land Rover showed off this special extended wheelbase model, alongside hybrid and SVR versions of the Range Rover Sport
Jaguar XE SV Project 8 – No, it's not new, but it did just set a new lap record for four-door cars around the Nurburgring Nordschleife. And it's great to look at too...
Mazda 6 - Although it might not look much different to the old one, the Mazda 6 facelift also showed its newly nipped and tucked face at LA. Wait a few months and we’ll see the European version.
Genesis G80 - We got a look at the G80, Korea’s answer to the BMW 5 Series. The country's car makers are coming ever closer to upsetting the status quo in the car industry, by edging ever closer to German rivals.
BMW i8 Roadster - One of the biggest cars of the show, the BMW i8 Roadster, raised the roof at the LA Convention Center. See, that's a pun, that is, because the Roadster doesn't have a route. Sorry.
Aston Martin Vantage - The new-look Vantage made its public debut in LA. It’s another new car design that has split opinion, being more quirky and less conventionally attractive than its larger DB11 sibling. Possibly more divisive than the design is Aston's choice of colour...
Lexus RX L - The world has gained another SUV. This is a seven-seat version of Lexus’ largest SUV, rivalling the Range Rover and upcoming BMW X7.
Mercedes-Benz CLS - One of the absolute stars of the show, and with a fresh design that has split opinion a bit. The front, with styling elements that will also feature on the next A-Class, has gone down fairly well, but it’s the rear where opinion is divided. Speaking of dividing opinion, we suspect this piece by editor Mark Tisshaw will - he's unsure if Mercedes even needs the CLS any more.
Nissan Star Wars cars - Nissan has gone to town (Mos Eisley, presumably), and then past town to outer space, for its LA efforts. It has developed six concepts to promote its tie-in with the Star Wars franchise. It's worth taking a look just so you can see a Nissan X-Trail with X-Wings on. Really.
Editor Mark Tisshaw has been over to the Jeep stand to take a look at the new Wrangler. His view: "Don't be fooled by the familiar appearance: it's all-new. The whole car has been redesigned from the ground-up, one highlight being a 9% aerodynamic improvement."
Tish also had a quick chat with Jeep boss Mike Manley, who reckons a busy couple of years lie ahead afor the firm. After the launch of the new Wrangler comes a replacement for the Cherokee later next year, followed by a Jeep pick-up in 2019 and the Grand Wagoneer range-topper in 2020.