DC100 Front Detail from LA Auto Show

RoverGuide reader Shihab Huq was kind enough to send us some excellent photos of the DC100 and DC100 Sport from the Los Angeles Auto Show. It was at the LA Auto Show on November 16th that the DC100 and DC100 Sport concepts made their North American debut.

At the show, two important pieces of information were conveyed by John Edwards, Global Brand Director at Land Rover, about the DC100. The first is that Edwards confirmed that the DC100 will go into production in the middle of this decade, which was not a surprise. The second was that Land Rover will “actively explore” bringing the DC100 to the U.S. market. It’s difficult to imagine a scenario in which Land Rover opts not to bring the Defender replacement to what will be its third largest market after the UK and China.

If you would like to see the concept vehicles yourself, you can visit the show at the Los Angeles Convention Center located at 1201 S. Figueroa Street in Los Angeles. The exhibition is taking place right now and runs through the 27th.

DC100 Concept at Los Angeles

DC100 Concept at the LA Auto Show Front Detail

DC100 Concept at the LA Auto Show Grill Detail

DC100 Concept at the LA Auto Show Rear View

DC100 Sport Concept at Los Angeles

DC100 Sport at the LA Auto Show Front 3/4 View

DC100 Sport at the LA Auto Show Front iew



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November 20, 2011

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Auto Shows & Events, DC100 Concept, Land Rover Models

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