The Weekend Read: Paris Motor Show 2014

Paris Motor Show 2014

Wheels is walking the floor of the Paris Motor Show as the world’s biggest car makers launch a host of exciting new metal – everything from fuel-sipping commuter fare to ground-shaking supercars.

As well as our stories below, you can catch regular updates from Paris in our live feed. Here’s a summary of what you’ve missed so far.

Lamborghini Asterion debuts:

Volkswagen XL Sport revealed:

Audi TT Sportback Concept unveiled:

Honda Civic Type R revealed:

Lambo hybrid supercar will not be built:

Bentley Mulsanne Speed is fastest office on wheels:

Porsche Cayenne S e-hybrid plugs in:

Volvo confirms 'XC40' baby SUV:

Next Holden Commodore will be built in Germany, designed by Australia:

Range Rover Sport SVR to take on aftermarket tuners:

Holden seeks Opel's help to get back to #1 in Oz:

Holden Barina replacement revealed by Opel:

Kia Picanto likely for Oz:

Land Rover Discovery family set to grow:

Infiniti Q80 Hybrid revealed:

Mercedes-Benz commits to 'DiesOtto' fuel miser:

Audi TT family expands:

AMG aim for beyond 400kW:

Ferrari winning in F1 is 'non-negotiable':

Skoda Fabia gets youth target tech:

2015 Volkswagen Passat range launched:

Land Rover Discovery Sport fully revealed:

Ferrari 458 Speciale A makes powerful entrance:

Second-generation BMW X6 revealed:

Open hostility at Ferrari:


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