The Geneva Motor Show 2017 has been an absolute explosion of both new cars and concept vehicles. We are now at the very end bringing you inclusive coverage over the last days. The production car launches and mind-blowing concepts have made this year’s show one of the most exhilarating in recent times.
The Geneva Motor Show 2017 was arguably better than ever
The manufacturers were showing off a wide range of new production models that we’ll be seeing on the road soon as well as many concept cars to show us their vision of the future. There weren’t many new models on display at the Palexpo convention centre.
We’ve picked out the most important cars from the event, so don’t expect an A-to-Z guide that will tell you exactly what each manufacturer has been up to for this show.
Let’s briefly see the cars that left the best impression:
Alpine A110 – Renault’s sports car sub-brand is brought back to life with the all-new A110.
Audi RS5 Coupe – The new RS5 is a car not to mess with:444bhp and 0-62mph in 3.9s.
Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport – With plush four-door coupe, Vauxhall pushes the upmarket further.
Volkswagen Arteon – It replaces Passat CC and takes on BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe.
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross – All-new crossover takes on the Qashqai and injects some style into Mitsubishi’s range.
SEAT Ibiza – New SEAT supermini worries the class-leading Skoda Fabia.
Honda Civic Type R – Honda’s new ride will cost £32k and it arrives in the summer.
Range Rover Velar – thenew Range Rover that ties the gap between Evoque and Range Rover Sport.
Nissan Qashqai facelift – the best-selling crossover in Britain gets styling tweaks and huge tech upgrades.
Ford Fiesta ST – Next-generation Ford gets 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo engine producing 197bhp.
Ferrari 812 Superfast – It’s a replacement for F12 and has a 6.5-litre V12 and 789bhp.
DS 7 Crossback – a Range Rover Evoque rival with hybrid power and autonomous tech.
Volvo XC60 – New five-seat SUV that inherits the safety kit, the looks and plush cabin from the larger XC90.