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Ferrari, Renault and Mercedes-Benz Outshine Others in Paris Motor Show 2016


On October 1 this year, the Paris Motor Show kicked off its primary opening, giving the stage to the most anticipated car manufacturers from all across the globe. Even if giant brands in the car industry such as Ford, Aston Martin, Volvo and Rolls Royce haven't joined the car show, the event never really had a lack of impressive vehicles.

Here are some of the best cars displayed cars on the Paris Motor Show. Regardless if the cars are still to be produced or already on the last stage of production, these amazing vehicles are surely going to send car fans into overdrive, according to Economic Times.

First up, the literal blazing trail of Ferrari's LaFerrari Aperta can run down the road with a top speed of 217 miles per hour, with a feet of torque that's 663 pounds. The 949 horsepower is generated with an electric motor in line with a 6.3 Liter V12 engine. It's the kind of vehicle that simply sets its wheels from 0 to 62 mph within 3 seconds.


Italians are good, but Frenchmen surely knows what they're doing. French car manufacturer Renault took the limelight with a super stylish two-seater Trezor. The more interesting with this device is its three driving modes- neutral, sport and autonomous- which aim to deliver a truly amazing performance. The car could also run from 0 to 62 in less than 4 seconds.


Last on the list is the Mercedes-Benz-Maybach 6, which is a manifestation of an effective aerodynamics because of its low roof line as well as an extremely long bonnet. This mean machine could run as fast as 155 mph.

The concept car showcased in the Paris Motor Show has four electric motors that could yield 738 hp. Just like the car mentioned above, this thing could ride from zero to 62 mph in just less than 4 seconds.

The start of the Paris Motor Show is quite a stunner and surely, it won't fail car manufacturers, according to News Report Center.

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