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Paris Motor Show 2018: Style, Luxury and Classic Super Cars

Porte de Versailles in Paris becomes home to innovation in car making every year


Paris Motor Show 2018: Style, Luxury and Classic Super Cars

Presenting the most splendid cars from their makers, the Paris Motor Show 2018 sent some ripples across the automobile industry and created a lot of excitement among automobile enthusiasts.

Porte de Versailles in Paris is home to some of the best car models every year. The expo displays some futuristic cars models with elite designs and the best motoring from the world’s leading car makers including Mercedes, EQC, Audi, Renault, Tesla and Peugeot.

The Paris Motor Show 2018 began on October 4, 2018 and will continue until October 14, 2018.

While most of us can’t take a personal look at these metal beauties, we still have access to pictures from the event. Take a look!

Paris Motor Show 2018: A Peep into the Future of Car Making

1) Audi PB18 e-tron (Image: Reuters)Audi PB18 e-tron









2) Bugatti Chiron made out of Lego Technic blocks (Image: Reuters)Bugatti Chiron made out of Lego Technic blocks









3) Bugatti Divo (Image: Reuters)Bugatti Divo









4) Bugatti Chiron made out of Lego Technic blocks (Image: Reuters)Ferrari Monza SP1









5) Ferrari Monza SP1 (Image: Reuters)GAC Motor Enverge









6) Mercedes-Benz EQ Sliver (Image: Reuters)
Mercedes-Benz EQ Sliver








7) Morgan 3-Wheeler (Image: Reuters)








8) Renault EZ-GO (Image: Reuters)
Renault EZ-GO








9) Renault EZ-ULTIMO (Image: Reuters)









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