Skoda has unveiled its long-awaited Kodiaq SUV at the Paris Motor Show, starting a model rush expected to see the Czech brand grow to offer five crossovers.
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled its AMG GT Roadster at the Paris Motor Show, and confirmed that the Mercedes-AMG brand is going on a model offensive.
Nissan has unveiled its Gen5 Micra supermini at the Paris Motor Show, describing the car as a “complete redefinition” of the model.
Renault has wowed the Paris Motor Show with a GT concept car dubbed the Trezor, described by its creator as an two-seater electric supercar.
Hyundai is going after the Honda Civic Type-R with the RN30 Concept, unveiled at the Paris Motor Show. The car is based around the latest i30 hatchback.
Honda is revealing a concept pointing to the next Civic Type-R performance hatchback at the Paris Motor Show. The production model will launch in late 2017.
Land Rover has unveiled the fifth-generation of its Discovery. The seven-seat SUV will go on sale in Spring 2017, with a new Ingenium engine option.
Smart is unveiling new versions of its electric car line-up at the Paris Motor Show, promising better performance, increased range and faster recharging.
Ferrari is launching what is effectively an entry-level version of its GTC4Lusso four-seater, with a turbocharged V8 engine and rear-wheel-drive.
MINI will unveil the John Cooper Works version of its latest Clubman at the Paris Motor Show on 29th September, with 39hp more than the Cooper S model.
Mercedes-Benz is directly targeting the Audi A6 Allroad and newly-announced Volvo V90 Cross Country with its new E-Class All-Terrain.
Some major names will be absent from this month's Paris Motor Show, as manufacturers turn to new, more targeted marketing techniques to sell their cars.
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