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Ford is continuing its evolution of 'Kinetic Design' with the surprise debut at Paris of the five-door concept compact crossover vehicle, Iosis X.
There's never been a supercar like the R8. A 420bhp mid engine two seat sports car, based on a lengthened version of the Lamborghini Gallardo platform, and standing only 1.25 metres high - from a brand that makes a broad range of mass produced cars, and clothed in a relatively sober exterior aesthetic.
Essentially a total re-skin rather than an all-new car, the new Mini attracts some odd reactions from most visitors to the stand.
This is probably the most significant production debut here at Paris Show.
The original Renault Twingo of 1992 was the first Renault designed from start to finish under the then still new Director of Design, Patrick le Quement.
This is a flamboyant showcar in the traditional sense, with dramatic proportions, advanced technology (hybrid diesel powertrain) and an interior full of new ideas.
Short for Scirocco, the Iroc introduces a new trapezoid front grille that VW plan to use for forthcoming sports models.
The Joyster concept is the first designed under the leadership of Skoda Auto's new Chief of Design, Jens Manske, who replaced Thomas Ingenlath in January this year.
Peugeot concept cars in recent years have tended to have had little relevance to the brand or the development of the brand's production car design language.