LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Auto Show in November will host 22 world debuts from 13 brands, organizers said today.
The brands are BMW, Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Porsche, Nissan, Subaru and Toyota.
Mercedes-Benz will reveal four models, show organizers said in a statement, in addition to North American debuts of the GLA 250 and S63.
Porsche will have two world debuts in addition to plans announced earlier to show the Macan compact crossover for the first time.
In July, show organizers said that nine brands would have world debuts. Volkswagen was among the nine, but changed its plans, a show spokeswoman said. Today's announcement added Hyundai, Jaguar, Land Rover, Nissan and Toyota to the roster.
Auto shows in Tokyo and Guangzhou, China, are scheduled to overlap with the L.A. show, whose organizers are trying to attract global media to Los Angeles during press days on Nov. 19-21.
Nissan will reveal a version of the Juke subcompact overhauled by its Nismo performance division and a Nismo concept car, according to the show organizers' statement.
A Hyundai spokesman said the company will have "significant alternative fuel vehicle news" at the show but does not plan to introduce any new or redesigned product.
Hyundai had said the redesigned 2015 Genesis sedan will be shown at the Detroit auto show in January, meaning Hyundai's next major vehicle, the 2015 Sonata mid-sized sedan, due next year, likely won't be revealed until the Chicago or New York auto show next year.