2012 LA AUTOSHOW presented by Al & Ed's Autosound & Forgiato Wheels showcases the best new cars from the show. We have a nice photo collection of the New Car Manufactures that brought the hottest concepts and new cars to the show.

1. Bentley stole the show with the Continental GT3 Concept Race Car. There was no motor in the car just the shell but the over all design of the car and the inspiration to race will make it a formidable for to the Lamborghini Aventador & Mcclaren M4P-12C in the near future.

2. Acura brought the new NSX here state side to show off the next gereration of street race cars bu with a hybrid twist there are some great concept cars but this one look clean and has the most promise to making it into production, THe car looks great but the production model if it makes it to the US will be towned down,

3. Lexus LF-CC LF-LC consider it welcome news on our end that the LF-CC concept shown above has apparently been given the production green light, with a projected arrival by 2015. So says Autocar, which quotes an unnamed source at Lexus willing to confirm that a senior engineer has been tasked with the project. The British publication suggests that the production version of the 2012 LA Motor Show star will probably be built in both coupe and convertible formats and ride atop the automaker's new modular rear-wheel drive architecture. Power is expected to be an evolution of the GS 350h's hybrid drivetrain.

4. Honda The EV-STER concept is tiny in person, just 59.1 inches wide (that's still 4.2 inches wider than the Beat, though). The show car lacks any sort of roof, but a potential production version would probably come with a fabric top. Beyond that, Honda isn't saying much about if or when such a car might be built—or whether it would retain the pure-electric powertrain from the concept or use hybrid or even gasoline-only propulsion. What the EV-STER does do, however, is hint at future Honda design cues with its integrated headlamps and grille.

5. MBZ Ener-g-force Mercedes wanted the Ener-G-Force to be green, but a battery electric vehicle clearly wouldn't do, the limited range of these vehicles simply wouldn't work for an off-roader. So the vehicle is powered by hydrogen, thanks to a made-up piece of technology called a "hydro-tech converter". This converts recycled water into hydrogen for the vehicle's fuel cells, which in turn emit nothing but water vapor. The Ener-G-Force has a roof-mounted terrain mapper, which reads the landscape and can make adjustments to the vehicle's suspension accordingly. This, sadly, is also made up. But that doesn't mean that everything about the vehicle is pure fantasy, the Ener-G-Force employs four electric motors to drive the wheels, one at each hub, and this is a very practical setup for whenever the rest of the electric off-roading technology becomes viable.