The Land Rover Discovery SUV made it to North America for the very first time.
Aston Martin presented the Vanquish S, a more powerful version of its flagship model.
It also presented the replacement for the DB9, called the DB11.
Porsche presented its 2nd generation Panamera sedan in various guises. The Turbo version is pictured.
The German marque also showed off its mid-engined 911 RSR race car.
Audi, on the other hand, turned up with a special edition of its R8 supercar.
The A5 and S5 coupes also made their debuts.
Lamborghini presented a convertible (spider) version of the Huracan supercar.
Mercedes showed up with its E63 AMG super-saloon, which is intended to rival BMW's M5.
Mercedes' fire-breathing, bonkers AMG GT-R was also present...
...as were the AMG GT Roadsters.
The Maybach Cabriolet is aimed at the every top end of the market.
Yet another Mercedes unveiled at the show was the G550 SUV.
BMW unveiled its M760i xDrive limousine.
Alfa Romeo's Stelvio Quadrifoglio SUV made its international debut in LA.
The Italian marque's stunning Giulia sedan also made an appearance.
Cadillac gave the Europeans a run for their money in the style department with the Escala.
Acura presented its Precision concept at the show.
It also brought along its new NSX supercar.
The ever-popular Honda Civic Si was shown in its latest guise.
Japan's Mazda turned up with a brand-new prototype racing car called the RT24-P.
Ford proudly showed of its winning GT racing car. It took the overall victory in the GT category at the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Lexus showed a near-production-ready version of its upcoming LC500 coupe.
Hyundai's Genesis luxury brand was bolstered by another addition - the G80 Sport.
Jeep presented a crazy version of its Wrangler, the Trailcat, which features a 700 horsepower Dodge Hellcat engine.