The 2018 Paris Motor Show happened from 4 to 14 October at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, showing to the world the most supercars in the exhibition.
In this year edition, the Germans have dominated and improved their luxury lifestyle so much with their most expensive cars by high-end brands. However, some other countries and companies that participated in this exhibition showed to all the visitors the most amazing cars with contemporary design.
Although many manufacturers are increasingly turning to private events to reveal their latest offerings, some fresh news came from Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche, as well as debuts from Japanese and Italian luxury and high-end brands.
Take a look to some pictures about this show and about the presented luxury cars in 2018 Paris Motor Show.
Porsche’s most popular model gets a refreshed design and upgraded performance for 2019. The Macan employs sportier design cues such as a new and Porsche has updated the Macan’s chassis and tires for better driving dynamics, with wheel sizes available up to 21 inches. Porsche is, also, taking orders now for the new Macan, with deliveries expected sometime in early 2019.
The new GLE by Mercedes -Benz is built on a longer wheelbase, offering improved interior space and an optional third row. New safety technology includes an active stop-and-go feature that can automatically brake and accelerate in traffic, as well as a system that will prevent the driver from turning in front of oncoming vehicles.
The use of carbon fiber compensates for the extra weight of the Infiniti Project Black S Prototype’ s hybrid system.
The new Audi Q3 will be offered in front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive variants.
For the next years, only 499 examples of Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 will be made (of both models combined), and all are reportedly spoken for at a price tag of about $1.75 million each.
Long considered the benchmark in the compact luxury sedan segment, the new BMW 3 Series gets a complete redesign and several new technology features.
Unveiled in concept from last year as the Project One, Mercedes-AMG showed a more production-ready version of its first car at this year’s Paris Motor show.