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Paris Motor Show 2014: Live Coverage

  • Live coverage from the 2014 Paris Motor Show as it happens
  • Expert journalists on hand to report unfolding news and events
  • Check back throughout Thursday to see the latest news unfold

Written by Parkers Team Published: 1 October 2014 Updated: 2 October 2014

Welcome to our live coverage of the Paris Motor Show – one of the most important events in the automotive calendar.

During the event, which kicked off late on Wednesday evening with the Volkswagen Group preview evening, the new cars arrived thick and fast. Luckily, Parkers was invited so we could bring you news first about the new metal from Germany. Things continued early on October 2, when Parkers had a crack team of expert reporters out at the show sniffing out all the details you need to know about the cars coming to roads near you over the next year or so.

In this article we’ll be displaying all of our live content as it happens. Keep checking back to see the latest developments live from the show.

Click on each manufacturer link to find out what’s new.

Audi – TT Roadster, TT Shooting Brake concept

Bentley – Mulsanne Speed

BMW – 2 Series Convertible, X6

Citroen – DS3 facelift, C1 Urban Ride concept, Desire concept, C4 Cactus Airflow 2L concept

Ferrari – 458 Speciale A

Fiat – 500X

Ford – S-Max, C-Max facelift, Mondeo

Infiniti – Q70 facelift and Q80 Inspiration concept

Honda – Civic Type R, Civic Sport, new Jazz concept, CR-V facelift 

Jaguar – XE, F-Type Project 7

Kia – Sorento, Venga facelift, Rio facelift, Optima T-Hybrid

Lamborghini – Asterion concept

Land Rover – Discovery Sport

Lexus – RX and RC-F

Mazda – MX-5

Mercedes-Benz – C63 AMG, B-Class Facelift, S500 Hybrid, AMG GT

MINI – 5dr hatch and Superleggera concept

Mitsubishi – Outlander Concept-S

Nissan – Juke NISMO RS, facelifted 370z NISMO, NISMO Pulsar concept

Peugeot – 308 GT and 508 facelift

Porsche – Cayenne S e-Hybrid

Renault – Eolab concept, Espace (non-UK)


Skoda – Fabia hatch and estate

Smart – ForTwo and ForFour

Suzuki – Vitara

Vauxhall – Corsa, Adam S, new diesel engine

Volkswagen – Passat, Golf Alltrack, Polo GTI

Volvo – XC90



Volkswagen Group Preview Night – Lamborghini Asterion, Hybrid Passat GTE, Bentley Mulsanne Speed, SEAT Leon X-Perience, Audi TT Shooting Brake concept