The Geneva motor show is the biggest event in the motoring calendar by a long way.
This year will be no different in the world of the automotive industry and the media are prepared to go down to Switzerland from today, and the doors open to the public from the 8th to the 18th of March with all of the latest supercars and mass-market models.
Taking a last look to all the cars hit the stands at this year’s Geneva shown below.
Geneva motor show-2018 – cars
Alfa Romeo Giulia, Stelvio Quadrifoglio NRING
108-unit limited-run versions of the Stelvio and Giulia Quadrifoglio models, the celebration of the two-car registrations for SUVS, four-door cars on the NÃ¼rburgring. The Giulia Veloce Ti, 4C Competizione and Italy, and the Stelvio Performance Pack is also shown
Alpine has sprinkled his fairy dust on the BMW X3 3.0-litre diesel, and it came up with the XD3 – 22 in. wheels, 328bhp, 516lb ft sports SUV capable of hitting 62 mph in 4.7 seconds faster than the BMW hot X3 effort, the X3 M40i. Is the hottest X3 available, until the X3 M comes along, of course…
Alpine A110 Pure, LÃ©gende
The first production of Alpine A110s will be under the Pure and Legend specifications, with the former being more focused and more lightweight version of the Porsche Cayman rival, and the latter is a more plush, driving day, adapted version.
With a new BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class in the scene, the Audi A6 is the oldest of the ‘big three’ executive lounges. With a pre-Geneva reveal, our February 28 of the cover has already been seen in its entirety, but Geneva is the first time I’ve seen it in the metal.
It’s a race between the Jaguar and Audi to see who can get their SUV electric on sale in the first place, however both are being revealed in production form at the Geneva show. We have already seen, both in concept form and is not due to be away from your concept of flavor.
Bentley Bentayga PHEVS and Bentayga V8
Bentley has already revealed the Bentayga V8 away from a motor show, but its first in-the-metal appearance is in Geneva. It is located next to the brand’s first electrified model, a plug-in hybrid version of the Bentayga, which uses the same 3.0-litre hybrid powertrain as the Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid.
BMW M8 concept
BMW 600 bhp flagship will not arrive until 2019, but the BMW is showing a concept precursor to the Aston Martin DB11 and Mercedes-AMG S63 rival of Geneva this year. With several leaks of the 8 of the Series, we know what is going to be based on, but the M-polished version adds a layer of performance on top of the luxury coupe.
The first generation of X4 has only been around since 2014 but the revision of the X3 means that the close relationship X4 will be dragged to the next generation. Fifirst deliveries to uk customers are planned for the month of August. A hot M40i variant of the X3 is coming as well.
The Chiron has not been all the time, but Bugatti preview of a special version of the car, only hours before the show of Geneva. The brand remains tight-lipped on what is revealed in the show, but Bugatti has a history of special edition cars…
CitroÃ«n Berlingo Multispace
The first (by alphabetical order) of three PSA group van-like Mpvs heading this way, and it is revealed in Geneva. The new Berlingo Multispace gets a regular and long-wheelbase variants, and the luggage capacity of up to 4000 litres with the seats folded flat.
It has been a while since we spied the Cupra Ateca, but the Seat of the first fast SUV finally arrives at the Geneva motor show as the first prong of Cupra as a complete sub-brand.
David Brown Automotive Speedback Silverstone Edition
David Brown of new – after the Aston Martin DB4-inspired Speedback GT and the Mini Remastered, the Silverstone-based low volume car manufacturer is producing a model of high performance, but still revealed only the badge and the name.
There is another (yes, another) EV supercar of the city – this is a Swiss creation with 670bhp, a 0 to 62 mph time of 2.3 seconds and sigh – four doors. It will cost around â‚¬450,000 when it goes on sale in the year 2019.
Ferrari 488 Track
711bhp, 0 to 62 mph in 2.8 sec and a top speed of 211mph make the Track Ferrari’s most powerful V8 engine car. Aerodynamics and the power of tech comes directly from the mark of GTE and 488 Challenge of racing cars.
Ford has just revealed the facelifted Edge for the American market at the Detroit auto show, but the European version is coming in a couple of months down the line. We’re just going to get diesel engines in Europe, and unlike the united states, which receive a V6-powered Edge ST, ST-Line version is more sports that we’re going to get the full-size SUVS.
Ford Ka+ facelift, Ka+ Active
Ford’s smallest model has been given a facelift for 2018, and a rufty-tufty SUV makeover as part of it. The facelifted Ka+ and Ka+ Active will go on sale later in the year 2018, along with a Party Active and a proactive Approach, such as Ford SUV-ifies its alignment to the industry of the latest fashion.
Giorgetto Giugiaro the new company, GFG Style, has produced its first concept, which nods to the cars of age, with a front canopy and rear gullwing doors. The Sibyl, written by Italdesign founder Giugiaro and his son Fabrizio, uses EV technology of the Chinese company Imagine.
Hennessey Venom F5
Hennessey the 1600bhp, 300mph-plus (claimed) hypercar, the F5, makes its European debut at the Geneva show this year.
Honda’s new Nissan Qashqai rival gets a Geneva debut, with a style mirroring that of the rest of the range. There is a new hybrid version on its way, too – Honda’s first since the fall of the Vision of name in the uk market.
Honda City EV, Sports EV
Honda duo of retro-style EVs are on display, with the Urban EV is planned for production next year, and the Sports EV comes the year after.
Hyundai concept design
It is a great show for Hyundai, with several models making their debut, as well as a new design concept. The brand is keeping tight-lipped on the concept, but in view of the recent concepts, it is likely to be a SUV to electric. Hyundai describes as “the harmonization of the key elements of design, proportions, architecture, style and technology”. Oooh.
Hyundai Kona Electric
Not content with an entry in one of the fastest-growing segments in the industry with the Nissan Juke-at the height of Kona, Hyundai is bringing in a variant of electrical market, as well as the Kona Electric. With two powertrain options, you have two ranges – one of the 186 miles, and the other 292 kilometres of fear, the Nissan Leaf.
Hyundai Santa Fe
The Hyundai Santa Fe is entering its fourth generation, with an updated with a new look similar to the Kona above, as well as the brand’s most recent emergency braking in the technology for reverse maneuvers.
Italdesign Zerouno convertible
Italdesign celebrates 50 years this year, and is celebrated in style with a Zerouno convertible. Until now, only the preview shots have been revealed, but it is almost certain that they have the same V10 engine and similar performance statistics for the coupe. It is also likely to share the coupe’s seven-figure price tag. We’re going to find the car in their name in Geneva.
If 2017 is the year of the SUV, 2018 is the year of the electric SUV. Jaguar is showing the production version of the I-Rate in Geneva; he is called to be the first direct rival to the Tesla Model X in the uk, but will not be in the market for a long time, with the Audi E-tron to arrive imminently after.
Kia’s new Focus rival is being revealed in five-door hatchback and estate forms in Geneva, with the shooting brake and SUV variants due to arrive later. We’ve already had a drive in a prototype, which you can read here.
Kia Ford Mondeo rival has been updated, with the lighter style refreshes and two new engines, as well as a new safety kit. There is also a sporty GT trim.
We’ve been waiting for the production version of Lexus’ first small SUV since the brand revealed its UX concept at the Paris motor show two years ago. Lexus is, finally, the display of your Jaguar E-Rate opponent this year at the Geneva motor show how the luxury small SUV segment explodes.
LVCHI Auto Venere
A new Chinese electric vehicle company called LVCHI has partnered with Italian design house I. DE.A to produce a new model called Venere, which he said is ready for production. We had to go to lighten a picture of the car below.
It’s been nearly eight years since the Stratos was revealed for the first time in 2010, but finally goes to the production of 25 units of production, with each car costing Â£ 487,000, in addition to the donor car which is a Ferrari F430.
We have already seen the Sen â€“ was revealed at an event for customers of the brand, made up of a Technology Centre at the university of Sheffieldâ€“ but at the Geneva motor show has been chosen for the car of the first public exhibition. It has 660bhp, weighs 1198kg and is claimed to be the fastest-lapping of production of the McLaren yet.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class facelift
The united kingdom is the best-selling saloon was revealed in facelifted form ahead of a Geneva debut. Now already have more hybrids in the range, including diesel-electric propulsion systems, as well as the more subtle style updates.
Mercedes end of the S-Class has been given mid-life update following the rest of the luxury limousine of the range. Now we present a two-tone paint job, clear front-end styling and new wheels – from which it takes its inspiration from the recent Maybach 6 concept.
Mercedes G63 AMG
The kitchen G-Class was revealed at the Detroit auto show, Geneva is the right place to show the crazy, 577bhp G63 AMG. Outside, small changes in the outgoing G63, but the brick-like quick G-Wagen, the acceleration to 62 mph from a stop has been chopped to 4.5 sec.
Mercedes-AMG GT four-door
Mercedes-AMG’s answer to the Porsche Panamera is almost upon us, a year after the GT concept was revealed. It was revealed at the Geneva show with a 604bhp V8 under its bonnet. A 805bhp gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain will come later.
Mercedes has achieved a lot with the Class – is in the top ten of the most sold in the uk and is the best-selling premium hatchback. The model is now entering its fourth generation, and has adopted Mercedes’ new family face, first shown in the third generation of the CLS.
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
Mitsubishi is upgrading the Outlander PHEV for the 2019 model year, with updates of its plug-in hybrid powertrain, interior and exterior.
Mitsubishi e-Evolution of the concept
Mitsubishi teased us with the Evo name in your e-Evolution of the concept, because it slowly turns all of its historic sports cars in the Suv. E-Evolution is to obtain a second presentation at the Geneva motor show this year, after its debut in Tokyo.
Morgan Aero GT
The Aero 8 was discontinued, and the Aero GT, a motorsport-inspired version of the retro-style sports car, will make up the final of eight units in their production process. The aerodynamic body additions described by the company as ‘drastic’.
Morgan Plus 8’s 50th Anniversary
The 4.8-liter BMW V8 engine dies with the Plus 8’s 50th Anniversary, which also serves as a run-out special to the More than 8. Morgan is keeping tight-lipped about whether the Plus 8 will be replaced and details on the 50th Anniversary of the edition. Wait for the cost in excess of the normal 8 â‚¬ 85,461 price of output, though.
The self-proclaimed” world’s first commercial flying car’ is making an appearance in Geneva, the brand continues its advertising assault in the automotive industry. The Â£425,000 flying vehicle will be delivered to the first customers at the end of the year.
Peugeot’s replacement for the slow-selling 508 is located in Geneva, with a new style, which we have already taken a look at our spy shots and a leaked image. The brand is keeping tight-lipped on the finer details, but with a tide of Suv to the beating of the salon market in the presentation, the radical changes are expected to keep 508 going for another generation.
The second of the three PSA van-cum-MPV siblings, the Peugeot Rifter packages of the same blend of practicality and usefulness as the Berlingo Multispace and Vauxhall Combo Life.
Polestar of the first model, the Polar star 1, is presented in the Geneva motor show as the car begins its journey in the advertising world.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Remember that the Ferrari 488 Track more? Consider this your arch-nemesis, which is revealed on the same day, at the same Geneva motor show, with performance statistics that are as closely matched as you can get. Heaven.
Range Rover VS coupe
Remember that the Range Stormer concept of 2004? Probably not, but it was basically a three-door Range Rover Sport that never left the concept stage. Is back, despite the fact that, after having been confirmed by the brand with an inside preview of shot, such as a SVO project with a quarter of a million pounds of the price tag.
Renault Zoe R110
No, it is not the hot Zoe e-Sport that we have been waiting for all this time, but it’s the closest we’re going to get until Renault makes a decision. Even so, 107bhp and the same 250-mile NEDC range doesn’t sound bad to us…
Rimac Concept Of ‘Two’
Rimac second model, following the electrical Concept of One, will be even more luxurious, faster and more exclusive. Will not be called the Concept of Two. It has been described by the brand as “a true game-changer”.
Skoda Fabia facelift
Skoda of the facelifting the Fabia after four years on sale, with a design review promised. It has a new look, new technology of the larger models, and not only a diesel engine in the lineup.
Skoda Vision X
A 2019 small SUV preview in the creepy green color Vision X concept, which also features a hybrid powertrain ahead of the mark of the imminent adoption of hybrids. It is likely to remain largely unchanged for production, similar to other recent Skoda concepts.
Ssangyong e-SIV concept
Ssangyong getting Sserious about your next Nissan Qashqai rival, which is due in 2019. The last concept, a development of the IMS-2 is shown last year at the Geneva show, has an electric propulsion system and the brand’s latest autonomous technology.
Subaru Viziv Tourer concept
Subaru continues its Viziv concept campaign in Geneva, the Viziv Tourer concept – essentially an estate version of the Viziv Performance concept, thought to preview the next generation of the WRX.
Techrules Ren RS
Techrules’ diesel turbine range-extended EV hypercar is already receiving a wall-back track of the version, and it is in Geneva. All 1287bhp of it.
Toyota next Ford Focus rival is only hours from being revealed in Geneva now, with a new look and updated engine and transmission technology. There will be No diesel version offered.
Toyota will launch its 2018 Aygo in Geneva with more power – well, a dinky 2bhp boost – and most significantly, a 3.5 mpg improvement of the economy. You also get a color-coded X on his nose, and new setting options.
Toyota race car concept
Is that still without name, but with a not-so-subtle reference to the return of a legendary sports car which accompanies the single cloudy image, there are two hypotheses as to what Toyota is giving to understand with the next concept. The Supra has been in development for more than a year, so this concept is likely to be more than a slight idea of what to expect.
Vauxhall Combo Tour
The third of the three PSA van-Minivans.
Volkswagen ID Vizzion concept
Volkswagen last ID of the concept – the Vizzion – unlike all the others. It is a saloon, for a start, indicating that it is the long-awaited electric replacement for the Phaeton, but also do not have the driver controls. Only four seats, and passenger entertainment.
A year after that the volvo XC60 was revealed, its estate brother, the V60, it reaches. This is the first news we have had in Volvo’s new SUV, the 60 series cars, which will be completed by the S60 saloon, following the V60 a couple of months of its reveal. Both will go on sale in the uk at the beginning of 2019.
Zenvo new hypercar
Zenvo has announced that it has a new hypercar at Geneva – but that is all. Even tell us how powerful, what is going to be powered by, or where it is in relation to your other cars. The amount of exposed carbon-fibre suggests that going to be the most hardcore model of the brand has made yet, despite the fact that…