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October 2 - October 19, 2014

The Paris Auto Show provides the only significant international audience for the French automakers to show off their unique style.

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2007 Aston Martin DBS
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Aston Martin DBS

Mr. Bond is back in the driver's seat of an Aston Martin for the second movie in a row, and we expect the car to show up at the Paris show, too. Taking a place next to the Die Another Day Vanquish in the MI6 garage is the DBS shown here. What looks to be a gus
Automobilemag
| Sep 14, 2006
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2007 Citroen C9
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Citroen C9

It's been a long time since we've had any indication that the Europeans are interested in SUVs. With the C9, that drought has ended. Citroen co-developed the C9 with the help of Mitsubishi Motors, and the Picasso shares its platform with the upcoming Peugeot 7
Sam Smith
| Sep 13, 2006
2007 Citroen C4 Picasso
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Citroen C4 Picasso

Yes, that's right: for years, Citroen has been branding its minivans (excuse us: MPVs) with the Picasso name, and this one is no different. For the most part, though, they've had interesting, futuristic styling and practical, well-thought-out interiors-so it w
Automobilemag
| Sep 13, 2006
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2006 Citron C-Mtisse Concept
2006 Paris Motor Show

2006 Citron C-Mtisse Concept

Hot. Hot. Hot. That's the only way to describe this four-door, four-seat grand touring coupe concept. Fifteen-and-a-half feet long and barely four feet high, the C-Mtisse is certainly visually striking--and that's before you open the four scissor doors. (Yeah
Automobilemag
| Sep 13, 2006
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2007 Bentley Arnage T
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Bentley Arnage T

For discerning customers who take comfort in the classics, the Arnage is still ensconced atop the Bentley lineup, costing almost half again as much as the arriviste, $176,285 Continental Flying Spur. Whereas the newer sedan's unusual (and Volkswagen developed)
Automobilemag
| Sep 13, 2006
2007 Land Rover LR2
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Land Rover LR2

The Land Rover LR2 will step in early next year for the late, unlamented Freelander. The LR2 is powered by Volvo's new 3.2-liter in-line six, which will make 230 hp and 234 lb-ft of torque. The transversely mounted engine is hitched to a six-speed manu-matic.
Automobilemag
| Sep 13, 2006
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2007 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione

If this big red chunk of hotness looks familiar, it's probably because you've seen it before: Alfa unveiled a concept version of the Competizione at the Frankfurt show in 2003. That look-but-don't-drive concept pretty much blew everyone's minds (the headlights
Sam Smith
| Sep 13, 2006
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2007 Porsche Cayman
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Porsche Cayman

The new Cayman (minus the S) is not the lightest, cheapest, or cutest, Porsche, but it may be the smartest one to buy. What the 245-hp, 2.7-liter flat six lacks in low-end vim it more than makes up in 7300-rpm vigor; lighter engine internals and electric throt
Automobilemag
| Sep 13, 2006
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2007 Mercedes-Benz CL-class and CL63 AMG
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Mercedes-Benz CL-class and CL63 AMG

Mercedes-Benz's redesigned megacoupe adapts the style of the new S-class sedan while incorporating characteristic elements such as the pillarless hardtop greenhouse; thin, elegant c-pillars; and a low, wide grille with an integrated star. The interior matches
Automobilemag
| Sep 13, 2006
2007 Jaguar XKR Coupe and Convertible
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Jaguar XKR Coupe and Convertible

The subtle whine of the supercharger and the healthy growl of the exhaust motivate you to keep the transmission one gear lower than necessary. The well-damped suspension perfectly modulated the optional twenty-inch wheels over rough sections of tarmac, and the
Automobilemag
| Sep 13, 2006
2007 Chrysler Sebring Sedan
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Chrysler Sebring Sedan

The last generation Sebring long ago disappeared into the sludge of the mid-size sedan market, so unremarkable were its dynamics and so anodyne was its styling. The new Sebring, with its pastiche of design cues from other Chryslers, including the Crossfire, is
Automobilemag
| Sep 12, 2006
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2006 Volkswagen IROC Concept
2006 Paris Motor Show

2006 Volkswagen IROC Concept

I begged senior editor Joe DeMatio to let me go to Berlin for the unveiling of Volkswagen's IROC, the concept version of the soon-to-be resurrected VW Scirocco. My argument was simple: I'm the only person in the office who owns a vintage Scirocco, so I should
| Sep 12, 2006
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2007 Mini Cooper and Cooper S
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Mini Cooper and Cooper S

BMW's Mini brand has sold more than 800,000 of its cheeky little Coopers, so clearly auto journalists are not its only fans. And although it is as adorable today as it was when it launched in 2002, a new one is on its way for next year. Not just a refresh, thi
| Sep 12, 2006
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2007 Porsche 911 Targa
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 Porsche 911 Targa

The 911 rollout continues not just with the higher-performance variants (Turbo, GT3) but with the new Targa as well. As 911 fans know, the Targa concept has changed somewhat since the model first appeared in 1966. Where the early cars had a removable roof sect
Automobilemag
| Sep 11, 2006
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2008 Audi Q7 V-12 TDI
2006 Paris Motor Show

2008 Audi Q7 V-12 TDI

Six liters, 500 horsepower, and 737 lb-ft of torque. Those are absurd numbers, and they're destined to forever be associated with an absurd--and yet strangely awesome--piece of machinery: the Audi Q7 V-12 TDI. (Say that three times fast.) There's no word on rel
Sam Smith
| Sep 11, 2006
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2007 BMW X5
2006 Paris Motor Show

2007 BMW X5

The first-generation X5's excellent chassis dynamics made it an SUV benchmark, but it featured a cargo hold that was actually smaller than the 3-series wagon's. The all-new, second generation X5 is seven inches longer and two inches wider. This upsizing yields
Automobilemag
| Sep 11, 2006
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