Latest from the Paris Motor Show
Arabian Business looks around the event to see what's in store for the Mideast automotive industry.
Lamborghini reveals its Sesto Elemento concept car at the Paris Motor Show. The patented carbon-fibre-reinford plastic (CFRP) car is not planned for production but the technology will be used in its next year models. (AFP/Getty Images) The MXT model of Mexican carmaker Mastretta. (AFP/Getty Images) More than 300 brands of car and more than a million visitors are set to attend the event to see the latest innovations in the art of driving. (AFP/Getty Images) The new Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. Recent figures show that sales of Cadillac vehicles in the Middle East in the first half of 2010 grew 29 percent compared to the same period in 2009. (AFP/Getty Images) Workers of the US Ford automobile factory of Blanquefort, southern France, demonstrate in the Ford booth of the motor show to protest against the restructuration in their company. (AFP/Getty Images) The new Lotus Exige Edition RGB. (AFP/Getty Images) Lotus, owned by Proton, has used the event to unveil five new models which will be introduced into the world market gradually. (AFP/Getty Images) Dancers perform in front of the new Skoda 'Green Line'. (AFP/Getty Images)