The LA Auto show continues through December 13, followed by the Dubai International Motor Show from December 15.
Los Angeles Auto Show
Los Angeles, USA
One of the world's most important auto events, the 2008 version displayed 23 world debuts, the most in the exhibition's history. Unveilings have been announced from Cadillac, Chevrolet, Porsche, Dodge and Ford, among others. General admission for the public runs December 4-13. Tickets cost $12 for adults, $8 for seniors over 65 and free for children 12 and under when accompanied by an adult.
Dubai International Motor Show
The largest international automotive event in the Middle East returns, showcasing new products and regional launches from the major manufacturers. Organizers this year plan to coat a Lexus in gold. 2009's event in the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre marks the 10th Anniversary of the Middle Eastern show, held every two years.
10th New Delhi Auto Show
New Delhi, India
The biennial New Delhi Auto Show will draw nearly 1.8 million visitors to the subcontinent's premier motor exhibition. More than 2,100 exhibitors from 25 countries will showcase their wares as they vie for a niche in one of the largest underdeveloped car markets in the world. Two of the key unveilings at the biennial show will be Toyota's brand new small car dedicated to the Indian market as well as the debut of the Prius on the subcontinent.
2010 North American International Auto Show
North America's capital of cars hosts one of the largest global shows in the motoring calendar. Last year, 650,000 attendees poured through the doors of the Cobo Center in Detroit; as the car industry begins to bounce back this year, organizers are expecting the wraps to be taken off more than 30 new models. Winners of the Michelin Challenge Design and the EyesonDesign Awards will also be announced.