Paris Motor Show 2022, also called Mondial de l'Auto, will take place from October 17th to 23rd in Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. The world's most visited auto show is the place to be for car professionals and amateurs. Business in Paris.
Paris Motor Show 2022, also called in French Mondial de l'Auto, will take place from October 17th to October 23nd in Paris Expo Porte de Versailles exhibition venue. Paris Motor Show 2020 took place from October 1st to October 11th 2020 in the same venue.
The Paris Motor Show is one of the major car shows in the world. It takes place in October every two years (even years).
More than a million visitors discover the new cars unveiled on this occasion. The Mondial de l'Auto allows professionals and amateurs to know the latest developments made by manufacturers. Vehicles are also available to visitors for a full-scale test. At the 2018 edition, for the 120 years of the show, an entire hall was dedicated to the Mondial de la Moto: a real return to the sources of the show!
Porte de Versailles is right at the Porte de Versailles exit of the Peripherique, the busy circular freeway round the city. There are parkings. The easiest way to get to the exhibition center is by taxi, tramway (T2 and T3 lines) or, best of all, metro. Metro: Porte de Versailles on line 12.
There are good hotels near the Motor Show. Okko Hotel is located 700 m from Porte de Versailles Exhibition Center. It offers air-conditioned accommodation with free WiFi throughout. Rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. There are a Nespresso machine and an iPod dock in the rooms. They have a private bathroom. A buffet breakfast including some organic products is served daily, while snacks are available throughout the day. Appetizers are served in the evening. A bar is also available on site. Guests have access to a shared club lounge with computers, a library and local wines and beers. A welcome drink is offered. There is a fitness centre and sauna.
Around 1894 twenty cars were in use in entire France.
In 1898 the French Automobile Club and industry pioneer, Albert de Dion, created Le Salon de l'automobile du cycle et des sports. The international motor show opened on the terrace of the Tuilleries Gardens. Before being admitted to this show the exhibitors had to prove their seriousness by driving their cars from Versailles to Paris. The President from that time, who opened this motor show, did not hesitate to expose his scepticism about the future of the automobile and of course left the Tuilleries Gardens using a carriage.
In 1899 this motor show was recognized as being the sole and the unique manifestation of its kind. It took place at the Tuileries Gardens, too. The automobile was looking for his way, yet because neither techniques had not succeded in imposing itself: neither the steam engine, nor the explosion engine, nor the electrical one. After 1910 it was held at the Grand Palais in the Champs-Elysees.
The 2018 Motor Show produced a number of highly saleable new SUV models, an all-new, seventh-generation BMW 3 Series, and public debuts for the electric responses from Mercedes and Audi to the success of Tesla’s Model 3 and Jaguar‘s I-Pace.
DS, the luxury brand of PSA group, showed its 3 Crossback, the first application of the platform that will eventually carry the new Peugeot 208 and Vauxhall Corsa. They topped that by showing the DS 3 e-Tense, the battery-powered offshoot that uses the same platform and is on course to become the first-ever all-electric Vauxhall, wearing Corsa clothing, in less than two years’ time. Citroën's good-looking C5 Aircross concept was a plug-in hybrid model, due next year, while Peugeot took ‘concept of the show’ honours with its e-Legend concept, full of highly plausible connectivity.
The Audi e-Tron and the Mercedes EQC in the show signalled that the Tesla dominance era is over. The supercars of note were Ferrari’s twin V12 retro roadsters, SP-1 and SP-2.
The Motor Show is called Mondial de l'Auto in French. A biennial auto show, the Mondial de l'Automobile is the most visited motor show in the world, ahead of Tokio and Frankfurt, with 1 253 513 visitors in 2016.
The key figures of this spectacular show are: 125 000 m2 of exhibition, 8 pavilions, 260 brands from 18 countries, 65 world premieres, more than 10 000 test drives for electric and hybrid cars, more than 10 000 journalists from 103 countries.