That's it, another big motor show wrapped up - well, the press days, at least. If you happen to be heading for the city of love, you've got until October 16 to drop in and get a look at the best the 2016 Paris motor show has to offer.
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CarAdvice was represented on the floor by Alborz Fallah, James Ward, Paul Maric, Matt Campbell, Mike Costello and Rob Margeit. The gents brought back plenty of news for automotive fans and buyers in Australia, and for the full list of everything seen and heard, you can check out our links below.

(And be sure to catch our walkthrough tour of the event above!)

2016 Paris motor show: Hits and misses

New models revealed

Hyundai completes development on eight-speed DCT with N Performance potential

2018 Hyundai hydrogen vehicle to use bespoke chassis, right-hand drive confirmed

No Australian tuning for Hyundai's new N performance cars

Jaguar XF Sportbrake confirmed, arriving in Australia in 2017

Kia GT Stinger RWD sedan set for early 2017 unveiling, green light for Australia

2017 Kia Rio details: three variants, 1.4-litre only at launch; 1.0 turbo to follow

2017 Kia Rio gets Australian suspension upgrade

2017 Maserati Ghibli, Quattroporte: Australian debut set for November

Mercedes-AMG hypercar confirmed: hybrid drivetrain, F1 technology to feature

Mercedes-AMG hypercar power not merely ‘inspired’ by F1 engine: it very much is one

Mercedes-EQ electric SUV will launch in Australia by 2020

Porsche 911 hybrid still on the cards, but not a priority

Porsche manual models still relevant, brand claims

Porsche Mission E could spawn electric vehicle range, including an SUV

Porsche Panamera two-door coupe 'definitely has a market'

Porsche Panamera performance hybrid coming, four-cylinder ruled out

'Pay How You Drive' is here and could save you $$$

2017 Renault Zoe removes last "psychological barrier" to electric vehicles

Renault Alaskan ute no certainty for Australia

Renault Australia aiming to triple sales, looking to growth in passenger market

Renault Clio RS.16 tipped for production, Australian launch has potential

Ssangyong LIV-2 concept will make production debut in 2017

Skoda working on smaller crossover to sell alongside Kodiaq and new Yeti

Mercedes-Benz utility details to be revealed in October

Nissan's takeover of Mitsubishi close to completion

EV demand will force infrastructure improvement, says Volkswagen

PHEVs an illogical end point, says Volkswagen

Volkswagen to launch $40k electric car with 600km range in 2020

Volkswagen diesel emissions saga: Company claims its culture has changed, as EV focus intensifies


▶ 2016 Paris motor show: Hits and misses

▶ 2017 Hyundai i20 World Rally Championship car (WRC) Walk Around

▶ Hyundai RN30 Concept - 2016 Paris Motor Show

▶ 2017 Isuzu D-Max Fire and Tipper - 2016 Paris Motor Show

▶ 2017 Peugeot 3008 and 5008 SUV - 2016 Paris Motor Show

▶ 2017 Kia Rio - 2016 Paris Motor Show

▶ 2017 Land Rover Discovery - 2016 Paris Motor Show

▶ BMW M Division - 2016 Paris Motor Show

▶2017 Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 Coupe - Paris Motor Show 2016

▶ 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain - Paris Motor Show 2016

▶2017 Mini Clubman John Cooper Works - 2016 Paris Motor Show

▶2017 Opel Ampera - 2016 Paris Motor Show

▶ 2017 Skoda Kodiaq - 2016 Paris Motor Show

▶ Smart Stand - Paris Motor Show 2016

▶ 2017 Suzuki Ignis - 2016 Paris Motor Show

▶ 2017 Volkswagen Passat and Golf GTE - 2016 Paris Motor Show


2016 Paris Motor Show Gallery - part one

2016 Paris Motor Show Gallery - part two

2016 Paris Motor Show Gallery - part three

And there's more to come! Stay tuned for additional coverage to surface this week.