World Premieres at the Paris Motor Show

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Several new vehicle models were premiered at the 2018 edition of the Paris Motor Show, which ran from October 4-14.

While Audi may have chosen this high-profile event to launch its new A1, BMW premiered no less than six new vehicles, including the 2019 X5 SUV, built in the U.S., and for the first time, China as well. Equipped with a 4.4 L V8 engine, the vehicle produces 456 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. The new X5 is also 1.1 in longer, 2.6 in wider, and 1 in higher than the F15 X5.

Other new releases included the 2019 Lexus RC Coupe. The Japanese manufacturer applied subtle changes to an already gorgeous, refined vehicle. Changes include both front and rear bumper air ducts, repositioned towards the outer extremities, improving both appearance and high-speed stability.

The Kia ProCeed, which was first presented as a concept vehicle in Frankfurt last year, was also among the more noteworthy premieres. Available exclusively in Europe starting in early 2019, the 4605 mm-long vehicle is 5 mm longer than the Ceed Sportswagon.

Several other noteworthy premieres were also featured, including the Infiniti Project Black S, which we reviewed previously.

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