Every other year, Paris plays host to the world’s largest car show, which is attended by over a million curious visitors. This year it will take place from October 4 to 19 at the Porte de Versailles Parc des Expositions. Come wander 96,000 m2 dedicated to the vehicles of today and tomorrow, and don’t miss the exhibition on the theme of “The Automobile and Fashion”!
The Paris Motor Show, a can’t-miss appointment since 1898
The first Paris motor show was first held in the Tuileries Gardens in 1898, at the initiative of the Automobile Club de France. At the time, the big car makers like Peugeot, Benz or Daimler were able to exhibit hundreds of models after proving that their cars were able to make a round trip from Paris to Versailles.
In 1901, the show was a real success, and would continue to grow over the years, so much so that it has had to change locations several times. Starting in 1976, the Paris Motor Show has been held every other year (even-numbered years).
A promising program
Concept cars, hybrid cars, electrics, biofuels, etc. The 2014 edition will once again be an opportunity to discover the vehicles of tomorrow and new technologies. More than 300 brands will be represented, supported by tests, and presenting numerous world premieres.
All the automotive professionals will be on hand to advise you, guide you, and satisfy your thirst for knowledge. Services, used cars, new cars, amenities, for individuals as well as for professionals
And who knows, maybe you’ll leave with a new car!
The major exhibition this year will address the theme of, “The Automobile and Fashion,” two industries which, since their introduction have continued to excite the crowds. History, design, elegance, craftsmanship, and a taste for style and harmonious lines… common interests that should interest more than a few people! We feel that even Fashion Week followers will come check it out!
Parc des expositions – Porte de Versailles, 15th arrondissement
Metro: Porte de Versailles (Line 12)
From 4 to 19 October 2014 | Open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Prices: Adults €14, youths €8
More information on the website