Hotel Balzac & The Paris Motor Show
5 September 2012
See the Paris Motor Show and Stay at Hotel Balzac... Just off the Champs Elysees
From the 29 September - 14 October, the Paris Motor Show will be unveiling the latest innovations in motoring, out of this world concept cars... and the supercars of tomorrow.
Taking place at the Paris expo Porte de Versailles (75015, Paris), this two week event is set to attract the biggest names in the industry... and satisfy the thousands of enthusiasts and professionals due to flock to the biggest motor show Paris has ever seen.
Innovations and Inventions at the Paris Motor Show
Cars looking to make a splash this year include: the new Honda CR-Z, a brand new Maserati, the new Lexus concept car, Peugeot 208 GTi, a possible Buick droptop, hybrid Mitsubishi Outlander... and perhaps even a successor to McLaren's F1 hypercar - with the motoring giant set to unveil their latest car at the show.
New energies will also be a big theme this year, with the motor show encouraging the active participation of all attendees. A large 400m indoor circuit, along with a 2km city circuit will be in use for the testing of new electric and hybrid vehicles. There will also be an electric karting track for young people aged between 6 and 14.
Stay at Hotel Balzac
If you're looking to attend this year's show and experience central Paris at its finest... 5-star Hotel Balzac, in the heart of the 8th arrondissement, just off the Champs Elysees is offering a number of great deals.
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