video. Tuileries, Porte de Versailles… From the Parisian Mondial for over 120 years

“Rue des Archives” plunges us into the memory of audiovisual media. This week is the Paris Motor Show, an event that makes Paris the automotive capital every two years. Its origins date back to the end of the 19th century. Interceltic Festival: Interceltic Festival of Lorient 2022 Fenwick, Panhard & Levassor, Peugeot… All the greatest manufacturers of the time were there during the First International Automobile Exhibition in the Tuileries Gardens in 1898. A first event not to be missed, it was to be held in Paris for more than 120 years. Originally, “One of the conditions for manufacturers to exhibit their vehicles was that they could travel fully autonomously between Paris-Versailles-Paris under the supervision of a ‘commissioner’. Graduated with a PhD in Automotive. A school with nearly 100 years of history, as old as the automotive industry. The event will be bigger than ever… at the Grand-Palais since 1901 and then in Porte in 1962. Before relocating to de Versailles, discovering, dreaming… even buying The first show’s aisle has no ornate podium. A model simply displayed, however, as an image from the 1919 Gaumont newspaper shows, the crowd was already there. “Initially, visitors often come to see the manufacturer’s novelties for the purpose of purchase,” says the engineer, “and they come to see concept cars, and even more luxurious vehicles… even if they’re on a tighter budget.” The first year is the most fertile period: Big technology advanced until World War I. Heat engines, electric cars like “Never happy” (1899) or Lohner Porsche hybrid cars. After that, cars were mass produced, reduced in price, and comfortable. We have entered an era of improved safety and safety: “Jamais contente”, the first model of an electric vehicle in 1899. • © BNF / Gallica, Mondial Photo-Presse, 1899 “Firebird”, airplane-shaped car, folding utility… Possibility There are a lot of models that don’t have this, the cars shown at the Paris show, as the French News reported on October 17, 1956, “cannon scooter with ’75’ without recoil.” An opportunity to discover models that can (or can’t) not be… • ©Ina / Actualités françaises, October 1954 14th and Actualités françaises, 17 October 1956 “I am impressed with the effort so far. On a visit to the Porte de Versailles in 1972, President Georges Pompidou confessed that “in terms of safety, the fight against pollution was fought”. “We see that these concerns are very pervasive in the brains of manufacturers.” President Georges Pompidou, ORTF President, 1st Channel, 6 October 1972 Video Length: 34 secs President Georges Pompidou (1969-1974) pays tribute to manufacturers’ efforts to combat pollution during a visit to the Paris Motor Show, 1972 . • © or/ORTF, Channel 1, October 6, 1972, 50 years later, the discourse hasn’t changed that much. Estaca’s Antoine Verrier states, “The first priority is decontamination and decarbonization.” There are too many areas of education for student engineers today. A “lifecycle analysis” of the vehicle’s environmental impact is also a priority. The ultimate automotive revolution: a partial transformation from industry to service. Manufacturers tend to be “mobility providers,” concluded Antoine Verrier. 📲 “Rue des Archives”, every Friday at 11:50 am, France 3 Paris Éle-de-France. Find full issue #6 of the International Motor Show from the 1890s to the present. Video Length: 06min 41 From the International Automobile Fair of the 19th century to the present-day Paris Motor Show, this car is on display in Paris, making the French capital an essential destination for industrialists around the world. With Antoine Verrier, Head of Automotive Sector, Graduate School of Aeronautical Technology and Automobile Construction (Estaca) • ©France 3 Paris Île-de-France
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