A lot of car people think that new cars are irredeemably ugly and will never look as good as the classics. We disagree. For proof, here are the most stunning photographs we've seen at the Paris Motor Show this year.
We promised you more live shots of the awesome Bentley Continental GT3 unveiled at the Paris Motor Show, and here they are. Like what you see? It even looks elegant with that brutish wing on its rear deck, sort of like a Victorian palace with a scaffolding covering part if it.
Looking at the McLaren P1 concept up close, you get the impression that, were it not for aerodynamics, there'd be no dynamics at all. The P1, in all seriousness, is a car designed by the wind.
The curtain has been pulled, and the Mazda6 has been debuted again, this time at the Paris Motor Show. This is the Mazda6 wagon's first official appearance, and we must say, both models are looking sexy.
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.
The BMW Concept Active Tourer should be considered heresy by BMW fanboys. It's a plug-in hybrid. It has three cylinders. And most of all, it's front-wheel drive.
Today's Paris Motor Show is the first battle of the new-school supercars and Ferrari is entering the show with the carbon chassis of its hybrid Enzo replacement, what we're calling the Ferrari F70. It looks like it just came from the racetrack.
The Mercedes SLS AMG has one of the loudest and most audacious exhaust notes of any car on the road. It's part of what gives it that distinct character.
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.
When we first saw the Lexus LF-CC Concept a few weeks ago, we thought that it looked like a future IS Coupe.
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.
Crossovers are all the rage these days with the kids and the adults. Well, Audi just introduced a dual mode plug in hybrid crossover SUV convertible concept called the Crosslane Coupe.
When the Volkswagen Golf GTI was introduced, it broke the mold. As the first hot hatch, it was the car that nearly killed off the small weekend sports car.
The Porsche Panamera is a car made of juxtapositions. It can be fantastic to drive, but for many it is also very hard to look at. What if there was one that was great to drive and easy on the eyes?
Bentley has a storied history at Le Mans, but since 2003 they have been conspicuously absent from motorsports.
Basically, this is the same Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 from last year, but with the addition of a bunch of weird body angles that recall memories of that girl in middle school who would have been pretty if she didn't have to wear all those wires and straps attached to her braces.
Sharper lines, lighter weight, and full-time four wheel drive are the hallmark's of the Lamborghini LP 570-4 Edizione Tecnica unveiled at the Paris Motor Show. Take a look at that front clip. Those angles scream, louder than ever before, "Graceful lines be damned, I'm a fucking Lamborghini!"
Seeing the Jaguar F-Type tells you much of what you need to know. It's British. It's a drop-top. It's beautiful. Now we've got full details from Jaguar who reveal the latest Jaguar comes with a mixture of three engines, including a line-topping F-Type V8 S with a potent version of Jaguar's 5.0-liter V8 engines putting…
The Porsche Panamera is considered by many to be the most impressive luxury sedan for sale, but there was always something about it we felt was missing. Sure, it had a hatch, but wouldn't it look better as a wagon?