2004 Paris Auto Show Preview II by Henny Hemmes (9/20/2004)
Part II, mon Dieu!
2004 Paris Auto Show, Part I by TCC Team (9/23/2004)
Chevy goes global, S3X slips under Freudian radar, Opel Astra GTC clears the air, and Ford’s new Focus takes aim.
2004 Paris Auto Show, Part II by Marty Padgett (9/23/2004)
BMW goes 185 mph on H2, the GTI makes a glorious return, and Aston hits 200 mph without our help.
2004 Paris Auto Show, Part III by Marty Padgett (9/23/2004)
Citroen’s trio of Frenchness, Peugeot’s sexy 907 concept, and Honda’s utterly practical MPV.
2004 Paris Auto Show, Part IV by Joseph Szczesny (9/24/2004)
Bugatti hopes for deliveries, Nissan head says motorsports must pay.
2004 Paris Auto Show, Part V by Henny Hemmes (9/24/2004)
Alfa 147 resculpted, the return of Venturi, and Stilo gets Schumacher.
2004 Paris Auto Show, Part VI by TCC Team (9/25/2004)
Confused in Paris, cheesecake rules, and workers say yes to PAG.See More Photos:
Rick Wagoner (//www.motorauthority.com)
General Motors Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner talked about the new products they are introducing in Paris, Chevrolet becoming the entry level vehicle worldwide for GM, business in
Dieter Zetsche (//www.motorauthority.com)
Chrysler Group President and CEO Dieter Zetsch chatted with us about sales, new vehicles and incentives.
Jim Padilla (09.24.04 - Jim Padilla <//www.thecarconnection.com>
Ford Motor Company Chief Operating Officer and Chairman of Automotive Operations Jim Padilla joined us to talk about some of their products making news in Paris, including the Range Rover and Land Rover LR3, Volvo XC90, Ford Focus, and Mazda 5. He also spoke about the latest incentives being offered by Ford.