It's one of the biggest European motorshows, although in 2018, there are a significant number of car manufacturers not attending.
Since 1988, it's been called the Mondial de l'Automobile, but has changed its name to the Mondial Paris Motor Show for 2018.
The Paris Motor Show has a long history; it's been going since 1898 and used to be held every year. It had a brief break during the First World War, skipped 1925 as the venue had been booked by someone else, stopped during the Second World War, missed 1977 due to the economic situation, and has been held once every two years since 1976.
The 2018 Paris Motor Show runs from 4-14 October, with the 2-3 October as the press days. If you'd like to see it for yourself, you can get tickets from the Mondial Paris Motor Show website.
Although there are a large number of car makers not attending, there are still some big reveals and launches happening at the show. Here's our list of everything that's coming up at this year's Paris Motor Show.