The Orange County International Auto Show opened yesterday afternoon and runs through Sunday at the Anaheim Convention Center across from Disneyland. Though it's a consumer show, without World and North American debuts, there are a lot of new cars to see, some have just gone on sale and others not yet. The Ferrari FF, (above) FF as in the Ferrari Four. Four as in four-wheel drive and four seats. The V12 FF was introduced in Geneva in March.
The Lexus LFA is sold out, all 500 gone at a starting MSRP of $375,000.
The value star of the show is the 2013 Subaru XV CrossTrek starting at $21,995 and shown here, the Premium edition at $27,000 and change.
The Lexus LS460 F Sport sedan arrives in November and we're guessing at around $80,000, based on the fact that the 2012 LS 460 starts at around $68,000.
The 2014 Chevy Impala, introduced in New York in April, hits showrooms in the Spring on next year.
Ford has made a huge investment in the OC show offering test drives of the C-Max hybrid and Focus EV and, in exchange for your opinion, you get a $10 food voucher. The 2013 Ford Fusion (above) is on display.
Lincoln is showing off their new MKZ sedan that starts at $35,925.
The 2013 Honda Accord, starts at $22,470 and is on the OC show floor.
Nissan has the all-new Sentra (above) and Pathfinder (below).
Kick the tires, check out all the vehicles and have fun test driving! Then give me your thoughts.