Paris Auto Show

photo by Jane Rosenstein


by Jane Rosenstein

The  Paris Auto Show held at Porte de Versailles Convention Center in Paris from

October 4- October 14, 2018 was a big success.

The show celebrated its 120 th birthday with displays in 8 pavilions.

photo by Jane Rosenstein

There were more than 200 brands than in 2016 . With over 1 million visitors and over 10,000 journalists it was well attended  . At the opening press night, several manufacturers offered food and champagne; Most all of the women were dressed in black and wore high heels!

Photo by Jane Rosenstein

During the press nights, I asked the attendees their opinion compared to 2018. Most thought it was better because the French prestige cars were better represented. Some missed Volkswagen and Ford not being there.

Photo by Jane Rosenstein

The test driving area was in another part of the city this year.

Photo by Jane Rosenstein

Crowds enjoyed seeing the new models of cars and motorcycles.  It was great entertainment for both singles, couples and families.

Photo by Jane Rosenstein

Especially interesting was the display of old cars and motorcycles, called  Routes Mythiques.

Photo by Jane Rosenstein

Paris Auto Show provided several hours of enjoyable experiences.


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