- All the key cars
- All the details
- Up-to-date news
This year the Paris Motor Show promises much, and as such, we promise to deliver all the news on the most talked-about cars.
We'll have all the major manufacturers covered. This year's show is key for the British manufacturers, who in the past, have had very little to shout about.
Already Jaguar has announced a major new product offensive led by the refreshed XF. The British manufacturer has bold intentions for the next four to five years - it wants to take the German premium brands on head-to-head.
Range Rover and Land Rover are also right in the mix with the debut of the long-awaited Evoque. The stylish, almost boutique, crossover marks a real departure from the norm for the British brand with its sleek looks - the boxy, high riding 4x4 shape is nowhere to be seen.
Then there's Lotus. The Norfolk-based sports car manufacturer is launching five new cars. That's been no mean feat. The 5.0-litre Elite takes centre stage but the rest of Lotus's new 'fleet' are intriguing to say the very least.
So, it's a very British Paris Motor Show this year. Of course, we're not just focusing on the British brands - we'll be covering all the new cars, giving you up to date information and the best show pictures.
Check out our live coverage throughout the day for all the latest new car reveals from the 2010 Paris Motor Show.
Land Rover/Range Rover