Let's take a moment to marvel at the debuts and concepts we expect to see in the City of Light's prestigious auto show this year.
The four-cylinder turbo Mustang starts a new era, headrests aren't for resting your head and dual exhausts demystified.
A diesel engine option adds decent fuel economy to the Jeep Grand Cherokee's impressive roster of capabilities.
The company has been testing its "highly automated" vehicles in Europe but now wants to challenge its tech in China where multi-level highways reign supreme.
This compact Jack-of-all-trades also functions as a speakerphone and a receiver for non-Bluetooth devices like headphones and stereos.
We're loving this "invisibility cloaking" from Rochester University; apparently, you can recreate this effect with off-the-shelf lenses, but the university hopes to apply the technology to things like getting surgeons' hands out of the way during procedures. It's not quite Harry Potter, but it's still pretty cool.
Volvo's reputation for safety is unparalleled, but that doesn't mean the cars can't also be fun. Tuner company Polestar lets CNET editor Wayne Cunningham drive laps in its special-edition S60.
PiBot is a 15-inch tall robot that has successfully learned to navigate takeoffs and landings in a flight simulation. His next goal is piloting a full sized plane, but we're not sure if we're on board for that.
With everything from refrigerators to thermostats to cars becoming more connected and complex, ARM unveils a chip with twice the processing power of its current champ.
Cars are becoming smarter and more connected than ever before, but according to one researcher these cars of the future are being held back by security systems fresh from the 1980s.