A round up of all the production and concept cars debuting at the Geneva Motor Show.
The facelifted T6.1 range even adds an all-electric version for the first time, developed by ABT.
The Engelberg Tourer Concept, new-gen L200 and facelifted ASX are on Mitsubishi’s Geneva Show list.
The GE11 will debut in China in the first quarter of the year and later overseas too.
Renault will debut the new Clio and Twingo while Dacia has a new ‘Ultimate’ special edition.
Piëch’s Mark Zero Concept is an all-electric sports car with a modular platform.
The Mazda3 range will be expanded with the addition of the Saloon and SkyActiv-X engine later this year.
The new SQ5 TDI uses an electric powered compressor, which removes turbo lag.
The 500L Urbana is a styling pack available for the Trekking, to which it adds a $595 premium.
The XCeed might also gain a plug-in hybrid powertrain later this year.
Mercedes has plenty to show in Geneva, including the world premiere of the facelifted V-Class .
An Alfa Romeo official told CarScoops that they have “something up their sleeve” for Geneva.