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2018 Paris Motor Show: What To Expect

motor1 Logo By Stefan Leichsenring of motor1 | Slide 1 of 21: The most important autumn fair is the 2018 Paris Motor Show (or, Mondial de l'Automobile). It takes place from October 2nd to October 14th, and is typically home to some of the best and brightest Europe has to offer. But things have seemingly taken a downturn as a number of manufacturers have decided to skip 2018's showing. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of vehicles that will be shown this year in Paris that are scheduled to hit the market sometime in 2018 or 2019. Audi, BMW, Peugeot, Lexus, and others will all be represented in the City of Lights. Here's what to expect from the Paris Motor Show when doors open next month. Everything you need to know from Paris: Opel And Vauxhall Skipping The 2018 Paris Motor Show 2019 Lexus RC Heading To Paris Motor Show With Numerous Tweaks Pininfarina-Designed VinFast Sedan And SUV From Vietnam Revealed Hyundai i30 Fastback N Confirmed For Paris Motor Show

Paris Vorschau 2018

The most important autumn fair is the 2018 Paris Motor Show (or, Mondial de l'Automobile). It takes place from October 2nd to October 14th, and is typically home to some of the best and brightest Europe has to offer. But things have seemingly taken a downturn as a number of manufacturers have decided to skip 2018's showing.

Nevertheless, there are still plenty of vehicles that will be shown this year in Paris that are scheduled to hit the market sometime in 2018 or 2019. Audi, BMW, Peugeot, Lexus, and others will all be represented in the City of Lights. Here's what to expect from the Paris Motor Show when the doors open.

Everything you need to know from Paris:

• Opel And Vauxhall Skipping The 2018 Paris Motor Show
• 2019 Lexus RC Heading To Paris Motor Show With Numerous Tweaks
• Pininfarina-Designed VinFast Sedan And SUV From Vietnam Revealed
• Hyundai i30 Fastback N Confirmed For Paris Motor Show

See all the major announcements from the Paris Motor Show

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