The Los Angeles Auto Show is like two car shows in one. It imagines a digital, electrified future and an emphasis on all things connected. But it's also a place for practical shoppers to go crazy over crossovers whether it's electrified Jaguar I-I-Pace, the attractive Alpha-Romeo Stelvio, or the more sedate Ford EcoSport. The super car count is low this year, but Aston Martin's Vanquish S and the Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet add an extra bit of eye candy.
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