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While it's too soon to raise celebratory coupes of champagne, the heads of Volkswagen, Mercedes, Fiat and their French hosts from PSA Peugeot-Citroen and Renault may at least take some relief that the worst seems over, six years after the bottom dropped out of Europe's car market.Loss-making PSA Peugeot-Citroen, fresh from a rescue by Chinese investors and the French state, will show off an updated version of its Exalt concept car – a large four-wheel drive sedan with an electric scooter stashed in its trunk.CROSSOVERSSmall SUVs, also known as crossovers, are the fastest-growing segment of the market in the U.S. while in Europe sales are expected to grow 40 percent this year after doubling in 2014 according to IHS Automotive. The cars are built largely on car underpinnings so they maneuver like a car while getting gas mileage that's almost as good, and customers like the visibility provided by the high seating position.
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