We find ourselves at the beginning of day two of the Los Angeles Auto Show. Looking back on yesterday's announcements, there's a lot to be excited about.
There were luxury performers, such Maserati's 2009 Quattroporte and Porsche's updated Boxter and Cayman mid-engine sports cars. A few manufacturers introduced cabin tech refreshes, such as Lexus' new Remote Touch interface in its 2010 RX SUV or Aston Martin's Bang & Olufsen audio system. Those in search of power will no doubt want to check out the 2010 Ford Mustang or Nissan's new, smaller, more powerful 370Z Coupe.
There's something for every kind of car nut on the LA Auto Show floor. Stay tuned as our coverage continues. Also remember that you can follow us on the CNET Car Tech Twitter page for up to the minute updates of what's happening on the show floor.