It's the best of both worlds because it's a green car, but it's still sexy and exotic.
"I think there's a misconception that perhaps green cars can be very conservative, very pedestrian. This certainly isn't. This is about style, this is about performance, both together," said Jaguar Design Director Ian Callum.
The 2012 Volkswagen Eos convertible, which won't be introduced to the U.S. market until early next spring, is another vehicle creating buzz that can be seen at the show.
The L.A. Auto Show runs from Nov. 19 - 28. For information on hours and ticket prices, visit www.laautoshow.com.