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.
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.
The Mini Superleggera Vision Touring concept is an effort to make a lighter, performance-oriented Cabriolet.
The automaker will also be showcasing the larger, five-door version of its production Cooper hatchback at the show.
The Peugeot Quartz Concept is a futuristic take on the crossover from the French automaker.
The Q80 Inspiration concept will be Infiniti's showcase car at the Paris Motor Show, and a major indicator of the company's direction.
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.
Lamborghini's upcoming debut is shrouded in mystery. No one knows what to expect from the exotic automaker.
The C-HR is a hybrid crossover concept by Toyota. After spending time with the Lexus NX crossover, we've got high hopes.
Paris is the first place we'll see the compact Mazda2 in the sheet metal.
The diminutive Smart ForTwo improves, but retains its city-friendly footprint. The new ForFour, on the other hand, grows to accommodate two more passengers.
The successor to the mighty SLS AMG is set to make a big splash by the Seine.
Smaller than the CR-V, the HR-V borrows a few tricks from the new Honda Fit -- including the versatile Magic Seat.
Citroen is bringing a handsome looking concept, both curvaceous and sharply angled.
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.
The production version of the next Kia Sorento will feature many of the same improvements brought to the brand by the latest Sedona.
Fiat is being coy about showing us its new 500X crossover, but we've had peeks at the notchbacked profile.
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.
Riding high on the critical acclaim given its F-Type Coupe and Roadster, Jaguar prepares to strike again with a new 3-Series competitor.
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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