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Europe's struggling auto recovery overshadows Paris glamour

Self-driving vehicles and smartphone integration will be among the top features at Europe's biggest auto show this year as executives focus on something that's become increasingly hard to come by: buyers.  » READ

Renault Clio will be first production car with upscale trimline


Ferrari will unveil top-performing 458 Speciale


Renault concept rivals VW's 1-liter car for fuel economy


Fiat 500X unlikely to steal sales from Jeep Renegade, analysts say


Renault's new Espace gets major makeover


Ford Mondeo gets power boost to better battle Passat


Audi reveals open-air TT with faster, lighter top


Infiniti Q80 Inspiration signals a fastback future


Toyota concept shows Europe-led design shift


French automakers focus on fuel economy as rivals push zoom factor


Mini will show new 5-door hatchback at Paris


Toyota concept previews new crossover


SsangYong set to join expanding subcompact SUV segment


Honda reveals longer, sleeker, sportier Jazz


Ford will debut new S-Max at Paris show


Divine concept reflects Citroen DS's design direction


Honda revives the HR-V to attract younger buyers


BMW will begin deliveries of 2-series convertible in February


Land Rover unveils Discovery Sport


Next MX-5 will help Mazda define itself


Suzuki gives the Vitara SUV a sleeker look


Kia targets 270,000 sales of the new Sorento next year


Volvo unveils new XC90 flagship SUV


Skoda releases images of the new Fabia


Hyundai gives the i20 a sleeker look


Jaguar touts aluminum features on upcoming XE


Skoda bets on sporty design to boost Fabia sales


Land Rover preps Discovery Sport with seating for 7


Daimler seeks boost for Smart from new 4-seat model


Daimler to unveil new Smart 4- and 2-seat cars


Nissan Pulsar price undercuts VW Golf, Ford Focus


Opel hopes fresh design will boost Corsa sales