The 2010 Paris Motor Show will kick off on September 30th with two days available for the media and members of the press, while the general public will get admission between the 2nd and 17th of October.
Taking place in the French capital’s Porte de Versailles, the Paris Motor Show is expected to host more than 100 world premieres, while some of the special events that have been prepaired include the Incredible Collection 2, an Eco-Driving learning centre, a test center for EDF electric
cars plus an indoor track for electric karts.
Among the main highlights at the 2010 Paris Motor Show there will be the 2014 Lotus Elite, the return of the Porsche 911 Speedster plus the new Porsche 911 GTS, the hardcore version Maserati GT MC Stradale, world debut for the 2011 Mercedes CLS and 2011 Audi A7, the new Range Rover Evoque as well as the facelift version 2011 Lexus IS-F.
The French automakers announced that they will debut the new Citroen DS4 and the Citroen DS3 racing, Renault will bring their DeZir supercar while Citroen will showcase the Lacoste Concept.