Meet The Classy Booth Babes Of The Los Angeles Auto Show

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Photo: Alex Davies

We just got back from the press days at the Los Angeles Auto Show, where nearly 50 new vehicles were introduced.As usual, the auto makers on scene brought in models to make sure their cars were appreciated, or at least photographed.

In addition to accommodatingly posing for photos with the cars they represented, the so-called “booth babes” in Los Angeles were the ones pulling the covers off of the newly revealed rides.

Disclosure: Ford paid for our travel and lodging expenses to visit the LA Auto Show this year.

Dodge's 2013 SRT Viper was accompanied by a model whose dress matched the car.

These two ladies in red pulled the cover off Toyota's new Rav4.

Audi's white cars were offset by ladies in black dresses.

They were especially nice about posing for photos.

Mercedes-Benz's huge Ener-G-Force concept SUV was unveiled by a 'booth babe.'

Two ladies were on scene to reveal the Jaguar F-Type for its North American debut.

They rolled up the cover and stepped away before being swarmed by journalists looking to photograph the sports car.

Porsche has its own room at the auto show, and three ladies at a desk to greet visitors.

In addition to the new Boxter, Panamera, and classic 904 Carrera GTS, Porsche also brought a woman in a sparkling orange dress.

Volkswagen brought the 2013 Beetle Convertible, along with two ladies in leopard print tops.

Lincoln's classic cars were accompanied by a woman named Inti.

Al & Ed's Autosound, a mobile electronics outfitter, had two ladies at the show to advertise a holiday shopping spree.

Now learn more about what the life of the 'booth babe' is like.

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