Celebrated Actor Kevin Hart Showcases his prized car collection – the Kevin Hart Kollection at the LA Auto Show. (Kevin Hart Kollection)

This year’s L.A. Auto Show is in full swing, and it features the personal car collection from celebrated comedian, actor, and entrepreneur Kevin Hart, a self-described car enthusiast who has built his collection for over a decade.

The Kevin Hart Kollection features nine of his personal cars, all in the same place for the first time. The “kollection” with names of horror films, his favorite film genre features a 1959 Chevrolet Corvette that he calls “Mint Condition,” a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle that he named “Darkness,” a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro called “Bad News,” a 1965 Ford Mustang named “Secretary,” a 1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible appropriately named “Money,” a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner, “Michael Myers,” a 1970 Dodge Challenger named “Bane,” a 1970 Dodge Charger called “Hellraiser,” a 1987 Buick Grand National called “Dark Knight,” and a 2023 Ferrari 812 Superfast, “Competizione.” His cars can be seen in the Kevin Hart Kollection Hall.

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“I’m pumped for people to see my cars in person,” Hart said. “Some have been at the big hot rod shows, but this is the first time they’ll all be together. And to do it at a major international event like the L.A. Auto Show was the ideal place to make it happen. I can’t wait for fans to see them and find out which is their favorite.”

Kevin Hart’s “Mint Condition,” a 1959 Chevrolet Corvette. (Barett-Jackson)

This year, the biggest news coming out of the L.A. Auto Show features Amazon and its announcement that the giant is getting into the car business, selling cars online. That’s right, folks, the e-commerce giant and its partner Hyundai announced on Thursday that it will start selling cars on its website in the latter half of 2024. Hyundai is the first automaker to be sold on Amazon.com, with other brands following later in the year.

“You can choose your preferred model, color, and features. And check out entirely online, in a shopping experience you already know and trust,” said Marty Malick, Amazon’s vice president of corporate partnerships.

The auto show runs through November 26 at the Los Angeles Convention Center and covers 760,000 square feet of exhibit space. You can enter the main entrance, South Hall, at the corner of Pico Boulevard and Figueroa Street.

For ticket information, visit https://laautoshow.seetickets.com.