Pourquoi certaines marques désertent le Mondial de Paris

Et pourquoi les constructeurs automobiles tiennent à être présents au Salon de Bruxelles.

Dominique Simonet
October 3, 2014 - Paris, France: Over 1.2 million people are expected at Porte de Versailles to visit the Paris Motor Show ( Le Mondial de l'Automobile ) which runs from October 4 to October 19, 2014. The biennial show, which is one of the most important in the world, is set to play host to many world premieres of luxury cars, pratical autos and electric and hybrid vehicles. Among the new releases is the Mazda MX-5. (Joao Luiz Bulcao/Polaris) © PHOTO NEWS / PICTURES NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTS *** local caption *** 04951217
October 3, 2014 - Paris, France: Over 1.2 million people are expected at Porte de Versailles to visit the Paris Motor Show ( Le Mondial de l'Automobile ) which runs from October 4 to October 19, 2014. The biennial show, which is one of the most important in the world, is set to play host to many world premieres of luxury cars, pratical autos and electric and hybrid vehicles. Among the new releases is the Mazda MX-5. (Joao Luiz Bulcao/Polaris) © PHOTO NEWS / PICTURES NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTS *** local caption *** 04951217 ©Photo News
Mondial autoproclamé, le Salon automobile de Paris l’est de moins en moins. L’événement, qui s’ouvre à la presse aujourd’hui et au public ce week-end, a, en effet, connu plusieurs désistements de marques, dont les plus récents sont ceux de Bentley et de Lamborghini. Ces constructeurs de voitures de grand...

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