The 2012 Paris Motor Show is just around the corner, kicking off on the 27 September. Stay tuned as we bring you the latest reveals and concept vehicles, but in the meantime, here's a preview of the 21 most exciting, interesting and important cars to look forward to at Paris 2012.
EIGHT-hundred Newton-Metres. It takes a lot longer to say it than to feel its full-bore rush when you stomp on the turbo-diesel version of Audi’s A8 limo
Mercedes-Benz has revealed the wildcard in its 2012 C-Class pack, in the form of the 2012 C 63 AMG Coupe
If Audi’s new A7 Sportback is a sign of things to come from Ingolstadt, then there’s reason for optimism
The RS5 should be just like the glorious old RS4 only sexier and better. But is it?
'Uncle’ Doug Mulray, former king of FM breakfast airwaves, is a pommy-car tragic.
It ain’t pretty, but the Panamera means business
We look into some the best and some not so great collaborations between designers and car manufacturers.
The last car produced under Ferrari’s founder captured the essence of the company
So how has the Boxster fared over its first full decade? Rather nicely, in fact.
We’ve come a long way since the hose-out interior but, along the way, lost nothing of the Range Rover’s original intention
Holden used be to pilloried during the 1980s for the seasonal predictability of its Commodore Vacationer specials. Well, turn your derision to Mercedes this time because that’s exactly what the SLR 722S is – a sticker special to help shift ’em.
We genuinely liked the last (W211) E-class and not just for the mad AMG versions that came with it
In a small Victorian town, a father and his sons are painstakingly resurrecting one of the most venerated cars in motorsport - the Porsche 917.
First official details of the next baby Bimmer.
Japanese premium car maker says to forget diesels and biofuels; the longer term future is hybrid technology.
The melding of a sports coupe and SUV has been a niche hit for BMW. Next - the X6 M rocket.
Angry bondholders may have finally fired GM straight into Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy book, as the Obama administration and GM boss Fritz Henderson prepare to address the media tomorrow.
It's a bigger car for a big country. Here's our first local drive of BMW's next-gen Z4.
BMW has confirmed what we already knew - that the 5 Series Gran Turismo is no longer a concept.