2016 Paris Motor Show Review
With the doors now closed on the Paris Motor Show until 2018, we take look back at the stars of the 2016 show
The Mondial de l’Automobile is held every two years and is one the most prestigious and best attended motor shows on the automotive calendar with manufacturers and visitors attending in their droves.
More than 1 million people visited this year's show with one in three experiencing the show for the first time.
Here are the stars of the show:
It’s the second generation of Audi’s A5 four-door coupe. There are five engines to pick from plus the range-topping 349bhp S5. Sales set to start in early 2017.
Second-generation of Q5 SUV got its world premiere.
A3 RS Saloon
High-Performance range topper for the A3 saloon with 395bhp.
A nod to a coupe version of the X1 SUV.
The five-door luxury hatchback showcases a new approach to the large luxury hatchback segment with distinctive styling and hybrid powertrains.
It’s the third-generation of Citroen’s C3 supermini and looks to take the fight to the Ford Fiesta with its new looks and tech.
The Sandero - a five-door supermini; Sandero Stepway – a five-door SUV-crossover version of the Sandero; and the Logan MCV – a five door estate all get unveiled following a midlife facelift.
GT4C Lusso T
Latest Ferrari gets world premiere fitted with a 3.9-litre V8 turbocharged engine. 0-62mhp takes just 3.5 seconds.
Open-top version of the exclusive Ferrari hypercar, launched to mark the firms 70th anniversary.
High-end electric supercar from Japan featuring double gull-wing doors.
The tenth-generation of the Civic will hope to win back buyers from the Volkswagen Golf, Vauxhall Astra and the now ageing Ford Focus when it goes on sale in early 2017.
Near production ready hot hatch version of the family hatchback.
The i30 has been designed in Europe and is set to have a comfortable ride complemented by good handling. It too will take on family hatchback royalty in January 2017.
Fourth-generation of the Rio five-door hatchback and will take on the Ford Fiesta and Skoda Fabia in the small car class in early spring 2017.
The all-new fifth-generation Discovery catches up with Land Rover’s recent design themes and takes design cues from the Discovery Sport and Range Rover Sport.
Concept SUV is set to provide hints of what next-generation Lexus vehicles will look like.
The petrol and petrol-hybrid powered car gets a mid-life refresh to take on rivals such as the Audi A4, BMW 3-Series, Jaguar XE and Mercedes-Benz C-Class.
Flagship LC coupe gets its first European outing.
The NX Sport Edition SUV will make its debut.
Range-topping version of the GLC Coupe gets 360bhp and will be a key rival to the Porsche Macan when it arrives in December.
Is a new, lifestyle-oriented addition to the E-Class range and could be about to do battle with the Audi A6 Allroad and Volvo V90 Cross County.
Two open-top versions of Mercedes-AMG range-topping sports car. Powered by a 4.0-litre biturbo with either 469bhp or 549bhp.
Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6
Show car will demonstrate how electric mobility and luxury can be combined.
The world premiere of an all-electric car, showing a vision of a totally new generation of vehicle.
Clubman John Cooper Works
Range-topping version of six-door family hatchback.
The world premiere of high-end next generation SUV concept with off-roading abilities and powered by a triple motor PHEV with high capacity batteries.
XLLSWorld premiere of compact-SUV.
Refresh for 2017 with improved interior trim gets its European premiere.