SUVs compete for spotlight at Los Angeles Auto Show
As buyers flock to SUVs and pickup trucks instead of sedans, automakers are revealing their latest offerings for the growing market at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Companies that have specialized in making smaller SUVs are now making roomier models and competing on technology features that enhance safety and pleasure.
Some of the latest models will be keeping virtual eyes on drivers to look for signs of drowsiness and ensure that little ones or pets aren't accidentally left inside the car, and others will be scanning the road ahead of the driver to adjust suspension if the driver's about to hit a pothole.
Check out the SUVs that stole the limelight at the Los Angeles Auto Show: