Le 22 août 2016, 07:41 dans Humeurs • 0
The Paris Motor Show, also known as the “Mondial de l`Automobile” will take place from October 1-16, 2016. The car show only happens every two years.
The first time that the “Mondial de l Automobile” was held on the “Terasse des Jardin des Tuileries” was in 1889. At that time only 232 cars were exhibited and the show attracted 140,000 attendees. Due to the rising popularity of the event and the increased number of exhibitors and visitors, the Parisian car show had to move to the Grand Palais in 1901. In 2008 the “Mondial de l`Automobile” had its 110th anniversary. That year also had a record-breaking attendance of 1,432,972 visitors.
Among the exhibitors there are not only French car manufacturers but also German, Asian and American. The car manufacturers often use the “Mondial de l`Automobile” for presenting their premier models to an international audience. This year for instance Renault will present the new Clio generation, BMW shows the new BMW 3 GT, and Audi presents the new Q5 and A5.
Among the highlights of the Parisian Motor Show are not only the premier models but also the elder cars. This year the show presents special cars under the theme “cinema”. Visitors will be able to see unique cars such as the Jeep Wrangler from “Jurassic Park”, the 1977 Chevrolet Camaro from “Transformers” and the 2CV from “James Bond”.
Besides of the car manufacturers, also automotive suppliers have exhibits at the “Mondial de l`Automobile”. Many of the exhibitors already faced the challenge of CCC certification succesfully.
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