Your 2017 Geneva Motor Show A-To-Z Guide

Want to keep track of everything from the 2017 Geneva Motor Show? You’ve come to the right place.

The Geneva International Motor Show is widely regarded as the biggest and richest in the world – and justly so, as you can see for yourself from the list of debuts at this year’s event. We’re talking over 150 world and European premieres. To put that in perspective, that’s more than the recent Los Angeles, Detroit and Chicago motor shows combined.

The 2017 show brings an impressive wealth of new models, from mid-cycle facelifts of mainstream cars like the Skoda Octavia and high-end Italian exotics such as the Lamborghini Aventador S, to brand new introductions ranging from the Ford Fiesta and Opel Insignia to the Range Rover Velar and Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo.

SUVs have a significant presence at the show, with Mitsubishi debuting the new Eclipse Cross, Opel a new crossover and Audi its Q-badged production and concept models.

In addition to production cars, automakers and design studios are showing off their visions of the future with concepts like the Mercedes-AMG four-door sports coupe, which will inspire a production model, and Pininfarina with two studies, one for a sports car and the other for a luxury sedan.

The 87th edition of the Geneva International Motor Show kicks off with two press days on March 7 and 8, before opening its doors for the public from March 9-19.

You can follow our reports and introductions on our dedicated Geneva show hub here, with this page to be constantly updated throughout the event.

F/L = Facelift

PRODUCTION CARS

  • donald seymour

    Hey John, you should know that Carscoops is number one right now because of your competitors retarded move. The ergonomics of the new Autoblog site are horrible at best. Half the time I don’t know what I’m looking at. I tell you this because this is a grave opportunity to excel in your arena and not mess up.

    • Major Lee Gassole

      I don’t even visit Autoblog anymore due to their horrible design decisions and overabundance of advertising. I open stories in new tabs, but due to the fact Carscoops has autoplay videos on EACH AND EVERY PAGE, my browser keeps crashing. The amount of ads you place on your site isn’t going to matter once people stop visiting your going-the-way-of-Autoblog-advertising site.

      • JohnCarscoop

        #MLG – are you talking about the ad in the Disqus section, right above? That’s the only one that appears on my browser – the issue with Disqus is that they went from ad-free to automatically adding ads in the comment section with no opt out that I’m aware of yet.

        *Update – I just checked and they’ve recently added the option of turning off video ads (but not ads completely). Let me know if that worked.

        I understand that ads can be annoying, but there’s no other way of paying the bills. In the case of Disqus, it was something that was forced upon us and every other site that uses the commenting system.

        • Major Lee Gassole

          Yes, and just like every other site I go to that contains autoplay videos, I simply stop visiting their sites as there are so many others to choose from. There are ways to disable that function, but I don’t think I should have to modify my browser settings to accommodate poor website design choices. I’ll just go somewhere else.
          I understand this wasn’t your decision, but hope Disqus makes a few changes as I do like visiting Carscoops. Thanks for the heads-up!

          • JohnCarscoop

            No, you shouldn’t have to change the way your browser works – I fully agree with you on that, as I do on the matter of auto-play video ads. When it happens, it’s either beyond our control (Disqus) or some bad apple has tricked Google’s ad system. Either way, we always try to find a solution when we’re aware of such issues – so just inform us whenever you encounter these things. If there wasn’t an option on the dash, I would have contacted Disqus. What I mean to say is that, don’t automatically assume that we did it on purpose or are not willing to investigate.

          • Nordschleife

            Motor1 has a new commenting system. While the ads are annoying all my comments are tied to disqus so I stop commenting on Motor1. I like having the ablity to see all my comments in one spot, but it is something to consider. I personally wouldn’t stop commenting based on videos but I am not going to have to create and learn passwords for multiple sites either. Maybe you can have people vote on what you should do but I will continue to look at Carscoops whether i comment or not. just like i do Motor1. ..

      • donald seymour

        Get Chrome, I don’t have that issue. I mean you still have the videos, but they’re silent.

    • europeon

      Yeah, but too bad they don’t realize that the poor quality content they have sometimes (renders, press pictures of wheels and so on) really drags them down.

  • Felix Le Forestier

    The miniature of the porsche 911 gt3 looks kinda mercedes

  • Bash

    now where is the TVR.. hmm…
    that 4-door GT AMG is really a looker btw

  • Bob

    I have a bad feeling there is no Giulia Sprint to be shown at Geneva…

  • Howstar

    Infiniti wins Geneva

  • Nordschleife

    I feel like they are not going to show the alfa coupe. That is honestly what i was waiting for. Make me eat my words Alfa.

    • Belthronding Tinuviel

      i am waiting for it too, i hope you are wrong..

    • Bob

      A hint may have been the fact that we didn’t see any camouflaged Alfas being tested anywhere recently. I had my doubts too but was hoping I was wrong.

  • hope to se on 20.03.2017 the full gallery with all the cars ,here !!!

  • oops i miss that date …. !!