The 2014 Paris motor show opens on Thursday and Autocar will be there to bring you all the latest new car reveals, pictures and industry news from the event.
There'll also be concept cars, facelifted models and some surprises at the show, which takes place at the Paris expo in Porte de Versailles.
Below is our current list of the new models expected at the Paris motor show. If you're heading to the show, let us know what you're looking forward to seeing in the comments section below, and read more Paris motor show news here.
Priced from around £32,000, the TT Roadster will go on sale soon after its debut this week. Adopting the same style as the latest TT Coupe, the Roadster's fabric roof can rise in just ten seconds at speeds of up to 31mph, and is controlled by a button in the cabin. UK engines will include a turbocharged 2.0-litre direct injection petrol with 227bhp in the standard TT Roadster, and a more potent 306bhp version in the TTS.
We've only seen reportedly-official design sketches of Audi's headline TT concept car so far, but the TT Sportback could well show Audi's plans to expand its TT family beyond the traditional coupé or Roadster models. It'll be the third in a series of concepts which have also included the TT Allroad Shooting Brake and the TT Offroad, which were revealed earlier this year.
The hot S6 saloon is in line for a mild facelift, with revisions focusing on a tweaked front-end design and new LED headlights. Power from its 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged engine could be upgraded, too, to around 429bhp. That means an improvement on the current 0-62mph time of 4.6 seconds is likely.
Available later this year for £252,200, the Mulsanne Speed gets more power from its 6.75-litre V8 engine, with total output now pushed to 530bhp. Billed as "the fastest ultra-luxury driving experience in the world", the Mulsanne Speed can reach 60mph in 4.9 seconds, and has a top speed of 190mph.
BMW's latest upmarket SUV was due to launch at the Moscow motor show, but executives decided to delay the car's debut until this week's show. It's due to go on sale in the UK at the end of this year, priced from £51,150, and powered by three engines at launch.
BMW says its new open-top 2-series is a more "grown up and prestigious car" than the 1-series convertible it replaces. Due to go on sale in the UK this month at a starting price of £29,180, the 2-series convertible has the same dimensions as the 2-series coupé.
Showing off the future of Citroën's DS brand, the Divine DS concept car is based on a standard C-segment hatchback, but doesn't preview any particular new model. Instead, the concept shows the future styling direction the DS brand will take for its models.
Citroën will showcase the personalisation options open to C1 owners with the Urban Ride concept, which features SUV-inspired styling. It's raised up by 15mm compared to the standard car, and also gets a wider track, new wheel arch and bumper trim and new front fog lights. It'll be shown in both standard an open-top Airscape forms.