This year’s Los Angeles Auto Show will feature an exhibit that definitely vibes with its near-Hollywood location.
An entire showcase hall at the Los Angeles Convention Center will be devoted to the “Kevin Hart Kollection,” the comedian, actor and entrepreneur’s favorite personally owned vehicles.
This will be the first time Hart has displayed his private collection of cars, which he has been building for more than a decade.
Among them will be the ’70 Dodge Challenger Bane, which will come to Los Angeles for its public reveal after being shown at the 2023 SEMA automotive industry trade show.
The entertainer definitely has a soft spot for Detroit-based automakers. Other vehicles on display include a ’59 Chevrolet Corvette in mint condition, ’66 Chevrolet Chevelle, ’69 Chevrolet Camaro, ’69 Pontiac GTO, ‘66 Pontiac GTO convertible, ’69 Plymouth Roadrunner, ’70 Dodge Challenger, ’70 Dodge Charger and ’87 Buick Grand National. Two late model Ferraris are also part of the collection, a ’22 Ferrari SF90 Spyder and a ’23 Ferrari 812 Competizione.
Most of the cars in the collection have horror movie themes, which is Hart’s favorite genre. Each has been created by North America’s top muscle car designers and builders.
Additional Kevin Hart announcements are planned leading up to the LA Auto Show, as well as more entertainment and cultural exhibits and activations taking place across the show’s one-million square-feet of automotive experiences, according to show organizers.
The intersection of lifestyle and the latest offerings from top manufacturers will create a diverse, festival-like environment where enthusiasts, families, car shoppers and the entire LA community come together to celebrate the city’s world-famous car culture.
The show opens to the public Nov. 17-26.