There were some hot concept cars and glamorous rides at the 2014 Paris Auto Show – from Lamborghinis to Audis

Driveway: The Most Beautiful, Brightest Supercars from Paris’s Auto Show

Set against the iconic Eiffel Tower and the roofs of France's largest city, Zack Spencer checks out the hottest concept cars for 2015.

There were some hot concept cars and glamorous rides at the 2014 Paris Auto Show – from Lamborghinis to Audis, set against the backdrop of France’s beautiful, iconic Eiffel Tower.

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by Zack Spencer, Driveway Canada

The Paris Auto Show is one of those must-visit events for those of us charged with reporting on the latest and greatest new vehicles.

So many manufacturers now develop products for a world market so these early European shows often offer a glimpse of what’s coming next to our shores.

Here are five machines that caught my eye.

The Lamborghini Asterion

Let’s start with a dream machine. The Lamborghini Asterion concept car was certainly a showstopper. Sidestepping the current design approach of angular shapes with hard edges, this new Lambo has a more curvaceous look that almost mimics a front engine car.

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