The Paris motor show opened its doors to the press on Thursday 2 October 2014 and CAR has been reporting live from the show floor. It’s the world’s biggest motor show, by footfall, and one of the most important events in the motoring calendar. Here’s where you'll find all out coverage of Mondial de l’Automobile - our full list of new car launches at the Paris motor show. Click on the links below to see news and photos on each car. The 2014 Paris motor show, come runs from 2-19 October at the Parc des Expositions de Versailles and you can visit the official website here.
For some other quick round up coverage from Paris 2014, take a look at the following links; car-by-car coverage is listed further below:
Paris motor show live highlights CAR blogs live from the 2014 showfloor
Paris motor show vox pops The CAR team says it as they see it
Gavin Green on the Paris motor show Gavin picks his favourite new models
The best gossip at Paris 2014 Tim Pollard rounds up the runours
Audi TT Roadster They've chopped the top off
Audi TT Sportback They've added some extra doors!
Bentley Mulsanne Speed Crazy-fast limo for the Mulsanne Straight
BMW 2-series Convertible The 1-series cabrio successor is here
Citroen Divine DS Future look at where DS is going
Citroen C1 Urban Ride The Juke from France is here!
Ferrari 458 Speciale A Chop-top roadster of the Speciale
Fiat 500X Another 500 spin-off, bang on crossover trend
Ford Edge Blue Oval's additional SUV adds to Kuga choice
Ford C-Max Nip 'n' tuck for Ford's mid-sized MPV
Ford S-Max How to replace the successful S-Max? With this!
Ford Mondeo Three years late, the new Euro Mondeo lands in Paris
Honda Civic Type R concept Sizzling near-300bhp hot hatch hammer
Honda CR-V Brawnier 1.6 diesel and wardrobe for popular SUV
Honda HR-V The CR-V's little brother lands in Europe
Honda Jazz Cleverest supermini is nearly here
Hyundai i20 Korea's answer to the Ford Fiesta shows its face and new 1.0-litre turbo
Infiniti Q80 Inspiration A Porsche Panamera from Japan!
Jaguar XE Full engine, trim and price details revealed
Kia Sorento Newfound style for family SUV
Lamborghini Asterion LPI 910-4 Shock 898bhp super-hybrid with less extreme look
Land Rover Discovery Sport It's the new Freelander
Mazda MX-5 New 1.5-litre Skyactiv engine confirmed
Mercedes-AMG C63 New bi-turbo 4.0 V8 for Merc's M3 rival
Mercedes Marco Polo camper van Camping it up in style
Mercedes-AMG GT The Daimler way of pronouncing nine-eleven
Mini five-door hatch OMG! They've turned the Mini into a Golf!
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV concept Look at future hybrid SUV
Nissan Pulsar Nissan comes full circle: a Golf rival
Nissan 370Z Nismo Latest tweaks for Nissan's sports car
Peugeot Exalt Limo-style by Peugeot
Peugeot Quartz Another crossover for Pug's home show
Peugeot 308 GT Golf GTI power for Peugeot's hatch
Range Rover Sport SVR The go-very-faster Range Rover
Renault Eolab What a future Clio could look like
Renault Espace concept The Espace returns as a crossover
Renaultsport R.S01 If a Megane RS isn't hard enough...
Seat Leon X-Perience The Leon dons Allroad wardrobe
Skoda Fabia The sensible Czech supermini
Smart Fortwo Clever-clogs baby Smart is back
Smart Forfour A return for Daimler's four-door baby
Ssangyong XIV Air and Adventure A long gestation for new Ssangyong
Suzuki Vitara Popular SUV is back to top Suzuki's SUV range
Toyota Fuel Cell Sedan Could this be the first viable hydrogen car?
Toyota C-HR Yes - another crossover concept at Paris!
Vauxhall Corsa This car is important: the all-new Corsa
Vauxhall Viva name confirmed Not at Paris, but announcement is
Volvo XC90 The trend-setting XC90 is back, 12 years after original
VW Passat It's the new Passat family - a Paris world debut
VW Polo GTI Big power boost for model-year Polo family
VW Golf Alltrack For when you veer off the fairway playing Golf
VW XL Sport Tiny Ducati-powered super-coupe
Don’t worry if we've missed something off; there’ll be plenty more new cars to add to our A-Z. We’ll be updating this daily from now until the end of the Paris motor show 2014. Stay tuned!
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