The 2017 edition of the Geneva International Motor Show is here! Below, you’ll find all the important cars debuting at the Swiss show this year. Be sure to check back as we add more to the list as they’re revealed…
After a long teaser campaign, the A110 has debuted as a Cayman-fighting, mid-engined sportscar. Thankfully, its design is very close to that of the Vision Concept.
The new hypercar has dropped its AM-RB 001 codename in favour of a fresh badge.
The German automaker has revealed a new Q8 concept, combining an electrically powered compressor with a petrol engine for the first time…
The Ingolstadt hyperhatch stretches its performance barriers to a hefty 294 kW and 480 N.m to strengthen its fight against the Mercedes-AMG A45.
The new RS5 Coupé has arrived sporting a twin-turbo 2,9-litre V6 borrowed from the Porsche Panamera.
In case you missed the news, Ferrari has built a car that lives up to its Superfast name: the 812, which makes 588 kW from a naturally aspirated 6,5-litre V12.
You know times are changing when your favourite hot hatch tackles the competition with a 1,5-litre three-cylinder engine pushing out 147 kW…
We saw the Civic Type R concept in Paris last year, but Honda has revealed the production version in Geneva, complete with an uprated 2,0-litre turbocharged VTEC engine.
Only five of these boldly designed Audi R8-based models will be built by Italdesign as a “welcome back” product from the famous Italian design house.
It’s not that far removed from the model it replaces, but the new Picanto boasts a peppy 1,0-litre turbo triple to get it going.
After setting a new production car lap record at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, the Perfomante has been officially revealed…
Another lengthy teaser campaign comes to an end in Geneva, with the reveal of the first second-generation Super Series model: the 720S.
Like the other drop-tops from the brand, the E-Class Cabriolet features of a soft roof and an array of options to make it comfortable, no matter the weather.
Mercedes-AMG seems set on tackling the new Panamera with this four-door AMG GT, which makes 600 kW in concept form.
The Eclipse Cross slots in between the ASX and Outlander in the Mitsubishi range. It comes with a turbocharged 1,5-litre petrol engine connected to a CVT.
Nissan unveiled the facelifted Qashqai, which boasts a new exterior design and what the automaker describes as “higher levels of interior quality”.
This roadster is lighter and more powerful than its coupe counterpart, mainly because it shares plenty of components with the BC.
Porsche says the new 911 GT3 delivers “motorsport-like performance” thanks to its lightweight construction and a high-revving naturally aspirated engine.
Finally, a Porsche for wagon-fans. The Panamera Sport will be available in five variants, three of which will make their way to South Africa.
This mid-size luxury SUV is the fourth model to join the Range Rover family and sits on the same aluminium platform used on the Jaguar F-Pace.
The updated Captur features a slight visual revision and enhanced interior specifications (and apparently a bump in cabin quality, too). Top-spec models also gain the option of a glass roof.
India’s first real sportscar shows its face in Geneva with a 1,2-litre turbocharged engine and butterfly doors.
This nifty concept takes the 2013 i-ROAD concept and adds two seats to make it suitable for tight city mobility.
The significantly revised Yaris includes more than 900 new parts and a bigger 1,5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine.
Farewell Volkswagen CC, hello VW Arteon. This new five-door model is based on the Passat.
Volvo has impressed of late with its XC90 and the S90/V90 twins. Next in line for the Swedish brand? The XC60…