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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.

2005 Hyundai Tiburon
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2005 Hyundai Tiburon

Hyundai is showing a revised version of the Tiburon, simply called the Coupe in Europe, at the Paris show. The Coupe's minor styling tweaks and electronic stability control will likely carry over to the Tiburon sometime this year.
Automobilemag
| Sep 19, 2004
2005 Ferrari F430
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2005 Ferrari F430

We can remember when the introduction of a new Ferrari was a rare and historic occasion. Today, a healthy, profitable, well-managed Ferrari is turning out new cars at a blistering pace. The Paris introduction of the F430 marks the second new Ferrari model this
Automobilemag
| Sep 19, 2004
2006 BMW M5
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2006 BMW M5

We drive every new car that comes onto the American market, and most of them are, more or less, pretty good. Some of them are very, very, good. And then, once or twice a year, a truly spectacular car comes along that really causes us jaded automotive journalis
Automobilemag
| Sep 19, 2004
2005 Audi A3
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2005 Audi A3

Audi joins the premium hatchback segment with the A3, which it hopes will follow in the tire tracks of the Mini Cooper and not those of the BMW 318ti or the Mercedes-Benz C-class hatch. The A3 is offered in both two-door and four-door form in Europe, but only
Automobilemag
| Sep 19, 2004
2005 BMW 1-Series
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2005 BMW 1-Series

This was the first auto show for the BMW 1-Series which has already gone on sale in Europe, but isn't due Stateside until 2006. We won't be getting either of the bodystyles displayed here, the two-door and four-door hatchbacks. Nor are we likely to get any of
Automobilemag
| Sep 19, 2004
2005 Mazda 5
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2005 Mazda 5

Mazda has been on a roll lately with an unbroken string of fantastic product introductions, but it is taking a major risk with its new 5. The 5 is what Europeans call a "space wagon," but the trend hasn't yet made it to the U.S. Space wagons are based on cars
Automobilemag
| Sep 17, 2004
2005 Hyundai Sonata
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2005 Hyundai Sonata

Hyundai entered the U.S. market nearly twenty years ago with some awful cars that were, at least, cheap. Sometime between 1986 and now, Hyundai decided that the profits would come from nice cars, not basic transportation, and they have been striving to capture
Automobilemag
| Sep 17, 2004
2005 Mitsubishi Outlander Turbo and Colt CZ3
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2005 Mitsubishi Outlander Turbo and Colt CZ3

Despite fearing for its future after sales have tanked in the U.S. and DaimlerChrysler has walked away, Mitsubishi keeps coming out with interesting cars, even if we don't see many of them here. The CZ3 is the three-door version of the five-door Colt sub-comp
Automobilemag
| Sep 17, 2004
2005 Mercedes-Benz Compact Sports Tourer \
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2005 Mercedes-Benz Compact Sports Tourer "Vision B"

Designed as a competitor to the BMW X3, the B-class is the smaller of two Mercedes-Benz sport tourers destined for production. Given the X3's colossal sales failure in the U.S., we're surprised that Mercedes is seriously considering bringing this premium-cute-
Automobilemag
| Sep 15, 2004
2005 Mercedes-Benz Grand Sports Tourer \
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2005 Mercedes-Benz Grand Sports Tourer "Vision R"

Shown here in nearly production ready form, the Vision R presages the R-class coming to the U.S. It's Mercedes-Benz's version of the Chrysler Pacifica and it will be the larger of two sport touring models; the smaller one will be the B-class which may or may n
Automobilemag
| Sep 15, 2004
2005 Volkswagen GTI
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2005 Volkswagen GTI

The GTI version of Volkswagen's fifth-generation Golf makes its debut at Paris, promising to take the iconic nameplate back to its sporting, hot-hatch roots-and, presumably, away from the poseur luxo-mobile that more recent versions have become. Powering the n
Automobilemag
| Sep 15, 2004
2005 Honda CR-V
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2005 Honda CR-V

The Honda CR-V has a few revisions for 2005, and if you can spot the new lights and bumpers without seeing the old and new ones side by side, you've got sharper eyes than we do. Of more interest this year are important new standard safety features such as stab
Automobilemag
| Sep 15, 2004
2005 Porsche Cayenne Panorama
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2005 Porsche Cayenne Panorama

This is not, we repeat, not the Cayenne Targa. There will never be a Cayenne Targa or, for that matter, any other Targa that isn't a 911. This is a Cayenne with the optional $3,900 fifteen-square-foot panorama sunroof, and it joins the Cadillac SRX in offering
Automobilemag
| Sep 15, 2004
2005 Audi A4/S4/A4 Avant
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2005 Audi A4/S4/A4 Avant

Audi rolls out an updated version of the A4 lineup, with a revised look and new engines. The new A4 (internal code name: B7), succumbs to Audi's gaping maw grille, but at least the high style inside continues largely as before. In Europe, a staggering ten diff
Automobilemag
| Sep 15, 2004
2005 Porsche Boxster
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2005 Porsche Boxster

Ah the joys of being a privately owned company. No pesky shareholders demanding cereal salesmen as CEOs who will cost cut and dumb down productsuntil they're rolling blandness. Porsche has sustained itself and built a loyal following based on one model-the 9
Automobilemag
| Sep 13, 2004

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