A number of automakers opted out of the Paris Motor Show. The French made up for them all, and honorably.
Renault's two-seat electric GT concept car is pure French fantasy.
We swear that's not a 2009 Q5.
As Alanis Morissette might say, isn't that ironic?
It's pretty fuel-efficient too!
Ford's tiny EcoBoost turbo three-cylinder could find its way into the Blue Oval's teensiest hot hatchback.
The supercar company sees a future in smaller engines, hybrids, and perhaps electric cars, but you'll have to drive them yourself.
Apparently, Nissan is pursuing variable compression because electric drivetrains are just too expensive.
Get one while you can.
Nissan's luxury brand says the new engine is production ready but hasn't said which car will get it first.
The Korean automaker's first N performance car will draw its inspiration from this.
Ram says the 6.2 liter supercharged Hemi's 575 hp is enough to hit 100 mph off-road.
Now, focus, because this is going to get confusing.
Expect to see this car raced all over the world within the next few years.
Definitely don't call it the LaFerrari Spider.
A turbo five-cylinder gives this tiny sports sedan some serious all-wheel drive muscle.
And what better way to start off then with a 402 horsepower SUV?
Our first official look at Land Rover's new seven-seat SUV.
VW is calling this Paris Motor Show debut "as revolutionary as the Beetle was seven decades ago."
It won't be officially revealed until tomorrow, but here's a sneak peak.
Ferrari's shooting brake is going turbocharged and rear-drive.
It uses the same sort of batteries as the i3.
With diesel a thing of the past, Volkswagen is ramping up its EV efforts.
AMG's newest droptop gets some hardware from its track-ready GT R.
The newest version of the redesigned Panamera is a 462-horsepower hybrid with a 31-mile all-electric range.
And it looks lovely, but will it come to the US?
Set for a debut later this year, Mercedes's new EV is starting to take shape.
A new rumor says we won't have to wait long to see the Nissan Navara-based concept.