Volvo XC90

As we approach the 2014 Paris Motor Show, we take a moment to look ahead at the debuts and concepts that we expect to see in the City of Light.

First up: Volvo's XC90 will feature the next generation of the automaker's infotainment technology.

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Mini Superleggera Vision Touring concept

The Mini Superleggera Vision Touring concept is an effort to make a lighter, performance-oriented Cabriolet.

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Mini Cooper five-door

The automaker will also be showcasing the larger, five-door version of its production Cooper hatchback at the show.

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Peugeot Quartz concept

The Peugeot Quartz Concept is a futuristic take on the crossover from the French automaker.

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Infiniti Q80 Inspiration

The Q80 Inspiration concept will be Infiniti's showcase car at the Paris Motor Show, and a major indicator of the company's direction.

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Citroen C4 Cactus Airflow 2L

The Citroen C4 Cactus Airflow 2L concept may not look it, but the automaker claims the streamlined crossover is good for up to 141 mpg.

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Lamborghini mystery car

Lamborghini's upcoming debut is shrouded in mystery. No one knows what to expect from the exotic automaker.

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Toyota C-HR concept

The C-HR is a hybrid crossover concept by Toyota. After spending time with the Lexus NX crossover, we've got high hopes.

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Mazda2

Paris is the first place we'll see the compact Mazda2 in the sheet metal.

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Smart ForTwo, ForFour

The diminutive Smart ForTwo improves, but retains its city-friendly footprint. The new ForFour, on the other hand, grows to accommodate two more passengers.

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Mercedes-AMG GT

The successor to the mighty SLS AMG is set to make a big splash by the Seine.

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Honda HR-V

Smaller than the CR-V, the HR-V borrows a few tricks from the new Honda Fit -- including the versatile Magic Seat.

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Citroen DS Divine concept

Citroen is bringing a handsome looking concept, both curvaceous and sharply angled.

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Audi TT Roadster

Audi's next-generation TT returns to the car show circuit, this time without its top. Rumor has it that the automaker will also be bringing a new Sportback model.

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Kia Sorento

The production version of the next Kia Sorento will feature many of the same improvements brought to the brand by the latest Sedona.

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Fiat 500X

Fiat is being coy about showing us its new 500X crossover, but we've had peeks at the notchbacked profile.

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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Concept-S

It just wouldn't be an international car show without yet another Mitsubishi Outlander concept. As the plug-in hybrid nears production, we wonder if it might be Mitsubishi's last hurrah.

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Jaguar XE

Riding high on the critical acclaim given its F-Type Coupe and Roadster, Jaguar prepares to strike again with a new 3-Series competitor.

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Volkswagen Golf Alltrack

The Volkswagen Golf Alltrack takes the new Golf Variant (the former Jetta Sportwagen) and raises it up to challenge Subaru's XV Crosstrek.

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