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Live from Paris!

Makers bring a stunning mix of speed and green.

by on Oct.03, 2016

The City of Lights is aglow as the 2016 Paris Motor Show comes to life. The show will feature a mix of impressive power, evolutionary EVs and game-changing technology as well as top executives and, of course,

We’ll cover all the big debuts and must-know news as it happens so check the site often to get the latest updates. Here’s what we’ve already got for you: (more…)

Paris Motor Show Brings Big Launches – But Key Carmakers Absent

Battery-cars, exotics and everything in-between spotlighted in the City of Lights.

by on Sep.28, 2016

The battery-powered Opel Ampera-e will be one of the Paris Motor Show highlights.

The 2017 auto show season officially gets underway this week with a media preview of the Paris Motor Show, one of the industry’s biggest and most widely watched events.

The show will spotlight a number of major debuts from manufacturers like Audi, BMW, Land Rover and France’s own Peugeot and Citroen. There also be plenty of green news, General Motors’ German-based Opel unveiling the long-range Ampera-e battery car and arch-rival Volkswagen expected to reveal its own, long-range EV.

Auto Show News!

But this year’s Paris Motor Show also will be significant for what – and who – is not on hand. A variety of manufacturers and senior industry executives have decided to skip the events in the City of Lights, a move that reflects the growing industry concern about the high cost of major auto shows.


Paris Auto Show Preview

Automakers descend on France for two weeks of auto show fun.

by on Sep.26, 2012

Paris may be known for its fantastic food, delightful wine and beautiful sights but for two weeks beginning Saturday, cars will rule.

That’s because the biannual Mondial de l’Automobile 2012 – better known as the Paris Auto Show on this side of the pond – takes center stage for the world’s automakers.

Auto Show Coverage!

This year’s show will continue the recent trend of introductions of smaller cars and concepts featuring alternative powertrains.

Make sure you check in often in the next few days as’s Paul Eisenstein reports from Paris on all that is happening at the show and continue below for a preview of what is expected from the show this week.