Keep track of everything you need to know regarding the upcoming event: 2017 Geneva Motor Show! The Geneva Motor Show is arguably the biggest and richest in the world. That this is true, you can see from the list of debuts at this year’s event.
It is taking place in the neutral confines of Switzerland. This year the 87th edition of Geneva Motor Show is hosted at the Palexpo Arena next to the city’s airport and will start with two press and trade days on 7-8 March before opening its doors to the public from 9-19 March 2017.
We present you a list of all the new cars, world debuts and launches expected this spring. We’ll be updating as manufacturers confirm their wares in the build-up to March. Take a look at the every new car expected at the 2017 Geneva motor n the A-to-Z listing below:
Alpine A110 is one of the most exciting two-seater super sports car that comes in spring 2018
Audi RS3 Sportback – First look at the new 400-horsepower Audi
2017 Bentley Continental Supersports is most powerful Bentley in Geneva
Bigger, cleverer and smoothe – the 2017 BMW 5-seriesTouring
Miniature SUV concept car – the Citroen C-Aircross looks catchy
All-electric hypercar from Singapore lined up for Geneva debut
DS7 Crossback is the new kind of French pemium SUV
EUROPEAN CAR OF THE YEAR
Seven candidates form the list of nominees for Car of the Year 2017 award…we have to wait and see
812 Superfast, the company’s most powerful V12 road car ever: 800hp V12 coupe
Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo by Pininfarina
2017 Ford Fiesta is already unveiled, but Geneva will host the motor show premiere for all-new supermini Fiesta ST is a new 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo hot hatch that joins the awesome Fiesta clan
Civic Type R’s production starts in summer 2017
NeuV – fully electric concept car first shown at CES
Confirmed -The new i30 Wagon estate will be shown at Geneva 2017
F-Pace, XF and XR – The debut of Jaguar Land Rover’s latest Ingenium engines extra safety and comfort kit
Picanto – the city car with sporty styling will go on sale in May, after its public debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
Huracan Performante Sant’Agata prepares faster Huracan for this spring .
Range Rover Velar – their most refined and capable medium SUV
McLAREN P14 – The supercar has been leaked in all its glory
E63 4Matic+ Estate – The most powerful E-class
Maybach G650 Landaulet – The ultimate Safari machine
Eclipse Cross – It will be crossing over to the US sometime in the fall
Qashqai – Innovative technology and off-road performance
Huayra Roadster – Limited edition, 760bhp €2.28m convertible supercar
Instinct concept – Elegant, very French style
H600 – It is like a Tesla from Italy
Panamera Sport Turismo – Fancy a Panam estate? New shooting brake is here!
Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid -The fastest Panamera is also a plug-in!
GT3 4.0 – Meaner, faster GT3 lined up for Geneva.
Ibiza – Smart new Mk5 SEAT Ibiza supermini, based on the MQB platform and ready to arrive in July.
Kodiaq Scout – Allroad-spec look for more rugged appearance
Octavia vRS 245 – The most potent variant of the brand’s mid-range model produced yet
XV – Details of this vehicle have been kept exceptionally secret. Only the Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system has been confirmed.
Swift – This times it comes with evolved looks and five doors only.
Tamo A – New connected car project for the domestic Indian market.
GT96 – 1,030-horsepower AT96 and GT96 Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle concepts
Yaris Gazoo – Rally-inspired Yaris with 210bhp.
Insignia Sports Tourer – New-generation, with premium innovations, dynamic performance and amazing control
Arteon – A new name for a new kind of Volkswagen, it doesn’t follow a lot of Volkswagen’s traditions
XC60 – Another Geneva debutant – the mini XC90 crossover Mk2
TS1 GT – Combines new remarkable driving dynamics on both street and track
Useful information about the Geneva motor show:
– Route François-Peyrot 30, 1218 Le Grand-Saconnex, Geneva, Switzerland
– 9-19 March 2017 (public days)
Monday to Friday 10.00am to 8.00pm, Saturday and Sunday 9.00am to 7.00pm
Adults CHF 16, children (6 to 16), pensioners and disabled CHF 9
+41 22 761 11 11