Cars at LA Auto Show shifts gears, focusing on technology under the hood

Global Business

The organizers said this is one of the most, if not the most, influential and biggest auto shows in the world.

More than 25,000 industry decision makers, influencers, more than 4,000 journalists from nearly 60 countries flocked to the LA Auto Show.

Of course, vehicles are in this event’s DNA, but increasingly the focus is moving away from the wheels, and more to the brains driving them.

CGTN’s Phil Lavelle reports.

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