We quietly launched an exciting new feature at the Paris Motor Show so you can experience it like we do. We're calling it "360 Mode" because it allows you to view the car from every angle using your mouse.
Fighting for our affections in Paris was the lovely Jaguar F-Type, a V6- and V8-powered sports car in the tradition of the Jaguar E-type.
We are understandably smitten with the McLaren P1 as many of us weren't journalists when the McLaren F1 was introduced and thus not invited to drive one outside of video games and automotive wet dreams.
Over the last few days, we have been saying that the Bentley Continental GT3 race car at the Paris Motor Show will bring Bentley back to Le Mans.
The BMW Concept Active Tourer is the future, or so BMW tells us. A FWD plug-in hybrid isn't our idea of the ultimate driving machine, but perhaps they can work some balls into it.
Europe's car industry is at the start of a massive nosedive right now. Maybe that's why Peugeot's 680 horsepower diesel Onyx concept is as fuel efficient as a Prius.
No, we're not getting the three-door 2013 Audi S3 or any of its tiny hatchback glory. Therefore, it's with a bit of a tease that we let you view it in full Jalopnik 360-degree mode.
I'm extremely proud to present a Jalopnik and Paris Motor Show first: Jalopnik 360-Degree Mode. We can't take you to the show, but we can now bring the show to you and let you view the hottest new cars from every angle.