The Paris Motor Show 2018 was plagued with issues before the doors even opened. Several key manufacturers – Volkswagen, Nissan, Infininti and more – announced prior to the event that they wouldn’t be attending, which left many thinking that it would be somewhat of a ghost show.
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Audi has revealed its latest high-performance ‘S’ model at the Paris Motor Show – the SQ2 compact SUV.
Renault has chosen the Paris Motor Show to unveil its third autonomous concept. Named the EZ-Ultimo, it’s a luxurious vehicle intended as high-end transport for short journeys.
Dacia has revealed a pair of new turbocharged petrol engines for its Duster compact SUV.
Peugeot has chosen its home turf, the Paris Motor Show, to reveal the 508 SW First Edition. This introductory model kicks off sales of the new estate car across Europe.
Smart has revealed pictures of a new concept ahead of its public debut at the Paris Motor Show next week.
BMW has released another teaser image for its upcoming 3 Series saloon, ahead of its public debut at the 2018 Paris Motor Show.
The 2018 Paris Motor Show kicks off on Thursday, October 4, when the Expo Porte de Versailles ushers in the world’s press for a look at the newest and hottest metal. Run on a two-year rotation with the Frankfurt Motor Show, Paris is traditionally where the French manufacturers show off their best and brightest, but you can expect plenty of other debuts from different manufacturers.
Ahead of its official premiere at the Paris Motor Show, Hyundai has unveiled its new i30 Fastback N. Building on the success of the i30 N hatch, the Fastback offers all of that car’s performance credentials wrapped up in a sleek, coupe-like ‘Fastback’ shell.
Peugeot has looked to its heritage for one of its most advanced concept cars to date.