WHEN September 29-30, 2016 WHERE Paris Expo - Porte de Versailles, Paris, France

URL www.mondial-automobile.comSneak peeks and live coverage from the Paris International Motor Show with thousands of photos of new vehicles and concept car debuts.
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We recap the year in auto show debuts, highlighting the important new stuff from Chevy, Nissan, Mazda, and others in 2016.


Virginia DMV Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb reverses earlier decision.

California-based electric-vehicle maker will open its second Virginia dealership near Richmond.


We highlight our favorites from the 2016 Paris Motor Show, talk Ford Bronco news, take a look at what we've been driving, and give out free car-buying advice.


Designers from five automakers weigh in.

Without a bulky engine to worry about, how does the approach to vehicle design change? And what do we lose in the switch to EVs?

We pick our favorites from this year's Mondial de l'Automobile.

Our favorites from France.


News flash: French cars are strange.

A look at the strange, clever, and wonderful little details on French cars.


It's a totally scientific and unbiased analysis of why these cars don't look alike. Totally.


This one could make its way to the US.

What's more impressive, its powerful electric powertrain or those doors?


Electric cars and autonomous vehicles go hand-in-hand.


Tesla responds to more ocmments from MI Gov. Rick Snyder.

Watch an upgraded Atieva Edna race a bunch of cars. See the BMW i3 and i8 CrossFade Edition. See what Tesla has to say about MI Gov. Rick Snyder.


And one that doesn't.

These are the three we'd take home from Paris, if we could.


Your complete recap of the 2016 Paris Motor Show is here.


And it's relatively affordable, too.

Unforturnately, the race car ditches the road car's sweet turbocharged inline-five.


Where does the next SL-Class go with the AMG GT C Roadster and S-Class cabriolet crowding it out?

An interview with M-B's design boss Gorden Wagener


The changes mirror those for the 3 Series Sedan.

The new BMW 330i and 340i Gran Turismo models see improvements to their four- and six-cylinder, turbocharged engines, along with some modest equipment upgrades for 2017.


Panamera who?

Porsche promises more power, with the same great dynamics.


Sadly, the production version won't make as much horsepower.

And that first N car comes out next year.

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