Paris Motor Show: Ferrari, BMW and Bugatti bring new sports cars

New supercars, SUVs and electric cars stole the spotlight at the Paris Motor Show. A Bugatti with an eye-popping price tag and a pair of roofless Ferraris made their public debuts at the semi ‘

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A Bugatti with an eye-popping price tag and a pair of roofless Ferraris made their public debuts at the semi-annual auto show this week. BMW brought its own sports car, while German rivals Audi and Mercedes-Benz introduced new SUVs.

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Bugatti, the Volkswagen-owned French supercar builder, has outdone itself with the Divo, a $5.8 million coupe with a top speed of 236 mph. The Divo’s massive 8-liter, 16-cylinder engine produces 1,500 horsepower from the factory.

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The first vehicles in Ferrari’s new Icona series were detailed in the company’s presentation to shareholders last month. The Monza SP1 and SP2 ‘ a one- and two-seat sports car, respectively ‘ arrived in Paris to much fanfare. The cars were designed with open cockpits, resembling race cars of the 1940s and 1950s. They also feature Ferrari’s most powerful engine ever used in a road-legal model. Both Monzas have 6.5-liter V12 engines that generate 810 horsepower.

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Audi of America President Scott Keogh discusses how the car company introduced its first electric SUV, the e-tron and their partnership with Amazon.

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Media people gather next to a 5 million euro Bugatti Divo during a media presentation on the eve of Paris Auto Show in Paris, Monday, Oct. 1, 2018. (AP Photo/Michel Euler / Associated Press)

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The Ferrari Monza SP1 is on display at the Auto show in Paris, France, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018, 2018. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus / Associated Press)

Like the Bugatti Divo, Ferrari’s Monzas are sold out. Based on prices in Italy, Ferrari sold the Monzas for around $1.85 million, including custom apparel designed with luxury clothing companies. The Italian supercar maker offered 499 examples to existing customers.

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Hot metal: Electrics, SUVs and supercars mingle in Paris

PARIS — A wildly expensive supercar from Bugatti. A one-seater retro Ferrari with a giant engine. And, notwithstanding the buzz over electrics, a big, seven-seat luxury Mercedes-Benz SUV with a powerful internal combustion engine.


The show, held every two years, opens to the public Thursday through Oct. 14 at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles exhibition center. More than a million people attended in 2016.


Germany’s luxury carmakers are finally offering production-ready battery-powered vehicles, the leading edge of what they say will be dozens of new electrics and hybrids over the next five to ten years. The e-tron falls into the familiar category of crossover SUV: big wheel wells and higher seating position but a car-like roofline and plenty of interior comforts. The e-tron offers faster charging at 150 kilowatts and longer range: more than 400 kilometers (249 miles) on a full charge under the European WLTP standard. Owners can use the highway network of fast-charging stations under construction by Ionity, the joint venture among Audi, Porsche, Daimler, BMW and Ford. So can owners of Mercedes-Benz’ EQC electric SUV, also on display at the Paris show.

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Ferrari Picks 499 `Lucky’ Monza Supercar Customers: Show Updater

Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) at the Paris Motor Show

The 2018 Paris Motor Show is one of the largest events of its kind in Europe, joining Geneva and Frankfurt on the continent’s’automotive calendar.

It happens at the’ Paris Expo Porte de Versailles from Thursday 4 October to 14 Sunday , with 2 press preview days on the 2nd and 3rd.


Ferrari’s Monza SP1 and SP2 are 2 Limited Edition 1 and 2-seaters that allude to the 750 and 860 Monza sports racers of the 1950’s. The Supercars launch Ferrari’s Icona series.

Both models come with a tuned version of the V12 used in the 812 Superfast, and are expected to reach 60mph in under 3 secs. Ferrari will sell 500 of these Supercars to its ‘eligible customers’.

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Ferrari says its new Monza SP1 and SP2 supercars will cost 1.6 million euros ($1.9 million) each for the 499 people lucky enough to be invited to buy one. (AP photo)

Renault is displaying a new subcompact urban electric vehicle aimed at China, the world’s largest car market, during the Paris Motor Show. (Reuters photo)

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