Volkswagen is presenting the XL Sport concept car at the Paris Motor Show.
Dacia has introduced a new special edition to its Sandero family car line-up – the Sandero Midnight. It builds on the existing top-of-the-range Lauréate version spec by adding a host of extras and is available to order now priced from £9,345.
Honda this week uses the Paris Motor Show to reveal its new-look CR-V. The exterior receives a new look with new headlamps, front grille, fog lights, skid-plate and bumper; while at the rear, new LED combination lamps, a refreshed tailgate design and bumper.
Peugeot is reinterpreting the hot hatch with a more radical version of the 208 GTi, 30 years after the original 205 GTi first thrilled car fans.
The Mitsubishi Shogun range has a bold new front end styling, as model year 2015 goes on sale, distinguished by a deeper more integrated grille and smart LED daytime running lights.
The new Škoda Fabia Combi is unveiled at the Paris Motor Show, celebrating its world premiere alongside the new Fabia hatchback.
Mazda’s model launch offensive continued with the all-new MX-5 at the Paris Motor Show.
The Maserati Ghibli Ermenegildo Zegna Edition is the natural evolution of an all-Italian partnership between Maserati and the Trivero-based Maison.
Toyota’s new C-HR Concept made its world debut at the Paris show. The new study for a hybrid-powered compact crossover model made its European debut with a production-ready exterior, prior to being launched worldwide in 2015.
Audi has drawn inspiration from its five-door A5 and A7 Sportback models to create the TT Sportback concept, which makes its world debut at the Paris Show.
There was also a global debut for the Nissan Pulsar NISMO Concept in Paris.
The Ferrari 458 Speciale A new limited edition special series is a celebration of the dazzling success of the various versions of the 458.
Introducing the new Fiat 500X, the latest addition to the Fiat 500 family. Making its world début in Paris, the 500X is a crossover not only in terms of vehicle segments, but also in terms of its potential customers.
The all-new Vitara has smaller dimensions to meet contemporary needs. It incorporates Suzuki’s four-wheel-drive system and advanced safety and connectivity equipment.