The 2014 Paris Auto Show is in the books. It brought some amazing new supercars, some new details on cars we’d already seen, and some interesting new mainstream vehicles as well. Stick with us for a quick recap of the major debuts in Paris this week.

Up first: The Ferrari 458 Speciale A. The ‘A’ stands for “aperta,” meaning the open-top version of the 458 Speciale. With tons of style and serious handling to boot, it’s a promising addition to the Pracing Horse stable.

Next, the Infiniti Q80 Inspiration Concept, a preview of a 550-hp, 40-mpg large luxury sedan. It’s ambitious, but promising for the Japanese luxury brand’s future.

Not to be left out of the fun, Lamborghini unveiled the Asterion LPI 910-4 hybrid supercar. Packing 910 hp and up to 31 miles of all-electric range, it joins the P1, 918 Spyder, and LaFerrari—but can it compete with them?

Among the more interesting unveilings was the Volkswagen XL Sport concept. Weighing less than 2,000 pounds and sporting a 197-hp Ducati V-twin engine, it’s the futuristic lightweight sports car of many of our dreams.

Audi revealed updated versions of the A6 and A7 as well as the S6 and S7, bringing slight visual refreshes and some new equipment.

A slew of other new cars and concepts were also unveiled, including:

For all of this and more from the 2014 Paris Auto Show, visit Motor Authority’s Paris Auto Show page, and be sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to catch the latest as it happens.