The highly anticipated 2018 Paris Motor Show opened its doors. As Dreamautocar, we have assembled the 2018 Paris Motor Show for you.
The Paris Motor Show, which opens its doors for the 120th time, is home to significant innovations this year.
At the fair where multiple world premieres take place, the concepts introduced in addition to electric models are also attracting attention.
Dreamautocar has compiled the innovations at the Paris Motor Show for you.
One of the important innovations in Paris was the e-tron electric SUV that Audi introduced.
The e-tron will compete with models like Jaguar I-Pace and Tesla, with its dimensions ranging from Q5 to Q7. The car’s batteries provide a range of 400 kilometers. The electric motor produces 402 horsepower and takes the e-tron from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 6 seconds.
BMW 3 Series
One of the most important innovations at the Fair was the completely renewed BMW 3 series. The brand’s fully refurbished mid-range model will now continue its way with the G20 code. The new model will be available in Europe from March.
The new platform of the 7th Generation 3 Series also allows the vehicle to be built as plug-in hybrids. Since its first launch, the 3 Series, which sold 15 million units, is the most important BMW model.
The iconic roadster model developed by BMW with Toyota has become another highlight of the show in the new Z4. According to the model that replaced the car extending 85 mm length, 74 mm wider and 13 mm higher.
The biggest change in the Z4 is that the car now has a folding fabric ceiling instead of an aluminum roof. This change provides the BMW with a cost advantage, while reducing the car’s weight by up to 50 kg. The car will be produced by Toyota as a new Supra with the same platform but a different design.
Citroen C5 Aircross
Developed on the EMP2 modular platform, C5 Aircross comes with a progressive hydraulic-assisted suspension system that provides minimal reflection of road distortions into the vehicle.
The new SUV, which can be taken with 30 different body combinations and 5 different interior designs, offers the EAT8 full automatic transmission option.
The rear seats can be tilted, folded and tilted separately, so the car’s luggage volume can range from 580 litres to 720 litres.
Citroen C5 Aircross Hibrit
The plug-in Hybrid version of Citroën C5 Aircross saves 40 percent of fuel compared to gasoline engines. The model offers a range of 50 km/h at speeds of 135 km / h in ZEV (zero emission) mode.
DS 3 Crossback
The PSA Group’S premium brand DS introduced the small SUV DS3 Crossback at the fair.
The car’s platform was developed to be compatible with the electric versions.
Both the platform and its components will be used in the new generation Peugeot 208 and Opel Corsa.
Ferrari Monza SP1
The one-seat model was inspired by the brand’s racing cars in the 1950s.
In the heart of the car is a 6.5-litre V8 engine producing 810 hp and 720 Nm of torque.
Ferrari Monza SP2
The model shares the same engine with SP1, unlike its brother has two seats. Both cars reach from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds and from 0 to 200 km/h in 7.9 seconds. The maximum speed of the vehicles is 300 km/h and above.