The Paris Motor Show has historically been one of the most important events of its kind in Europe, along with the biennial Frankfurt and "neutral ground" Geneva. This year's event has been taking place all week and, despite being a little subdued for a number of reasons, we've selected our favourite new launches and concept cars on display.
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Our favourite car from the show was this, the Peugeot E-Legend. It's supposedly a retro-futuristic glance backwards at the beautiful 504 coupé, though as Telegraph motoring correspondent Andrew English points out, it's more like a Mustang-based American notchback. It can apparently be charged in minutes and has a 370-mile range, but as with all new EVs, it's best to take these claims with a generous pinch of salt.