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Frequency
  
Biennial

Inaugurated
  
1898

Location
  
Paris

Founded by
  
Jules-Albert de Dion

Country
  
France

Founder
  
Albert de Dion

Genre
  
Auto show

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The Paris Motor Show (French: Mondial de l'Automobile) is a biennial auto show in Paris. Held during October, it is one of the most important auto shows, often with many new production automobile and concept car debuts. The show presently takes place in Paris expo Porte de Versailles. The Mondial is scheduled by the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles, which considers it a major international auto show. In 2014, the Paris Motor Show welcomed 1,253,513 visitors, making it the most visited auto show in the world, ahead of Tokyo and Frankfurt.

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Until 1986, it was called the Salon de l'Automobile; it took the name Mondial de l'Automobile in 1988. The show was held annually through 1976; since, it has been biennial.

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History

The show was the first motor show in the world, started in 1898 by industry pioneer, Albert de Dion. After 1910 it was held at the Grand Palais in the Champs-Élysées.

During the First World War motor shows were suspended, meaning that the show of October 1919 was only the 15th "Salon". There was again no Paris Motor Show in 1925, the venue having been booked instead for an Exhibition of Decorative Arts. In October 1926 the Motor Show returned, this being the 26th Paris Salon de l'Automobile.

The outbreak of war again intervened in 1939 when the 33rd Salon de l'Automobile was cancelled at short notice. Normality of a sorts returned some six years later and the 33rd "Salon" finally opened in October 1946.

In January 1977 it was announced that no Paris motor show would take place that year because of the "current economic situation": at the same time the organisers confirmed that a 1978 Auto Salon for Paris was planned. The 65th Salon de Paris duly opened on 15 October 1978 in the modern buildings of the Parc des Expositions on the south-western edge of central Paris at the Porte de Versailles, where the show had been held since 1962.

Editions

  • 1898 1st
  • 1913 14th "Salon de l'Automobile"
  • 1919 15th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1920) The first "Salon" since 1913.
  • There was no "Salon de l'Automobile" in 1920

  • 1921 16th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1922)
  • 1922 17th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1923)
  • 1923 18th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1924)
  • 1924 19th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1925)
  • There was no "Salon de l'Automobile" in 1925 due to the venue having been allocated to an Exhibition of Decorative Arts

  • 1926 20th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1927)
  • 1927 21st "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1928)
  • 1928 22nd "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1929)
  • 1929 23rd "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1930)
  • 1930 24th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1931)
  • 1931 25th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1932)
  • 1932 26th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1933)
  • 1933 27th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1934)
  • 1934 28th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1935)
  • 1935 29th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1936)
  • 1936 30th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1937)
  • 1937 31st "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1938)
  • 1938 32nd
  • 1946 33rd
  • 1947 34th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1948)
  • 1948 35th
  • 1949 36th
  • 1950 37th
  • 1951 38th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1952)
  • 1952 39th
  • 1953 40th
  • 1954 41st
  • 1955 42nd
  • 1956 43rd
  • 1957 44th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1958)
  • 1958 45th
  • 1959 46th
  • 1960 47th
  • 1961 48th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1962)
  • 1962 49th Salon
  • 1963 50th
  • 1964 51st
  • 1965 52nd "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1966)
  • 1966 53rd
  • 1967 54th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1968)
  • 1968 55th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1969)
  • 1976 63rd "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1977) - known as a "Salon of Sobriété"
  • 1978 64th "Salon de l'Automobile" (Model Year 1979)
  • 2002 Paris Motor Show
  • 2004 Paris Motor Show
  • 2006 Paris Motor Show
  • 2008 Paris Motor Show
  • 2010 Paris Motor Show
  • 2012 Paris Motor Show
  • 2014 Paris Motor Show
  • 2016 Paris Motor Show
  • References

    Paris Motor Show Wikipedia