New Models at LA Auto Show Lean Towards Fuel Efficiency
At the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show, where growling hot rods once debuted with a roar, a quiet purr now rules the day.
Auto shows are typically swaggering, macho affairs, where carmakers display their showiest, brawniest vehicles. Horsepower rarely used and top speeds never attained on the street got the top bill, with even meek minivans' racier sides getting attention.
But with $3-a-gallon gasoline an all-too-recent memory in motorists' minds, manufacturers have an all new attribute to crow over: economy.
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