2008 LA Auto Show: Kelley Blue Book Mimics The Auto Channel Once Again
Thirteen Years After TheAutoChannel.com Began Providing Complete Coverage of the Los Angeles Auto Show, Kelley Blue Decides the Water is Safe
IRVINE, CA - November 18, 2008: Kelley Blue Book, a provider of new and used-car information, will have complete coverage of the 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show during the show's media preview days November 19 and 20, 2008. Auto enthusiasts and those looking for the latest new-vehicle information can check the Auto Shows section of kbb.com where consumers can access the L.A. Auto Show floor before the general public.
News and interviews from Kelley Blue Book's kbb.com will be continually updated on the company's Web site, Twitter, on Kelley Blue Book's YouTube channel, which will be completely taken over by the company's editorial staff both days. Accessing any of these sites, viewers will find the latest in automotive news, videos and status updates as they happen, and get a sneak peek into the future products coming out of the auto industry.
"We will deliver around-the-clock reporting directly from the auto show floor to give our audience a firsthand look at what to expect from the ever-changing automotive industry in the coming months and years," said Jack R. Nerad, executive editorial director and executive market analyst for Kelley Blue Book's kbb.com. "From world debuts to the latest in concept, production, and hybrid and other eco-friendly vehicles, we will be there to cover and share it all."
It is expected that many auto manufacturers will feature world debuts during the 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show, including the 2010 Ford Mustang, 2009 Nissan 370Z, the all-new Infiniti G37 Convertible, 2010 Mazda3, 2010 Ford Fusion, the new Lexus RX, and a small-run electric vehicle from MINI. North American debuts are expected to include the Audi Q5, A6 and S4, the Ferrari California, Lamborghini Estoque sedan concept, and the Lotus Evora, among others.