Geneva Motor Show 2017

The Geneva International Motor Show is the first major European expo on the global automotive calendar, and the schedule for this year’s show is packed to the brim with global debuts.

Supercars are the headline act – and there are literal truckloads of uber-fast machines that have rolled under the spotlight at Geneva this week – but there are mainstream motors aplenty too. Forward-looking concepts are also a Geneva staple and the world’s manufacturers didn’t disappoint on that front, with the overwhelming theme being that of electrified performance-oriented powertrains.

Our tireless journalists have walked the huge halls at Geneva’s Palexpo centre and scoured every press release to bring you as much of the Geneva show to your screen as possible. There’s a lot to digest so grab a sizable coffee, sit back and enjoy Wheels’ coverage of the Geneva Motor Show.

Manufacturer Round-up

An A-Z list of manufacturer news and reveals from the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

Alpine

  • Alpine A110 revealed
    ALPINE, the boutique French sportscar brand, is just a week away from the Geneva Motor show debut of its first production car since the 1990s.

Aston Martin

Audi

Audi RS5 revealed at 2017 Geneva Motor Show

Chevrolet

  • Chevrolet teases Camaro Track concept
    GENERAL MOTORS seems to have finally realised that there’s a market for its Camaro outside the USA and is launching two models at the Geneva Motor Show, including a track day concept

DS

  • DS7 Crossback revealed
    IT’S less than two years since DS became a separate brand within PSA, positioned above both Citroen and Peugeot, and now we’re starting to see the scale of the French company’s ambition for its upmarket subsidiary with the new DS7 Crossback.

Ferrari

  • Ferrari 812 Superfast revealed
    IN THESE days of hybrid drivetrains and turbochargers, it’s good to know that Ferrari can still stick two fingers up at convention. Never has this been any clearer than for the release of its latest model, the 588kW/718Nm front-engined 6.5-litre V12 berlinetta known as the 812 Superfast.

Ferrari 812 Superfast revealed at 2017 Geneva Motor Show

Ford

  • Ford Fiesta ST revealed
    THE 2017 Ford Fiesta ST will tap a tiny 1.5-litre three- cylinder engine that can pump out 147kW and 290Nm – but run as a two-cylinder fuel miser when it needs to.

Honda

  • Honda Civic Type R revealed
    THE highly anticipated Honda Civic Type R hot hatch may have only just arrived, but it has already set its sights on reclaiming the Nürburgring’s front-drive lap record.
  • Honda Civic Type R images leaked
    IMAGES of the British-built Honda Civic Type R have leaked online ahead of yet another unveiling of the car – this time wearing its production skin – at this week’s Geneva Motor Show.
  • Honda Civic Type R set for scorching Swiss debut
    The eagerly awaited production version of the all-new Honda Civic Type R is set to make its debut at next month’s Geneva motor show.

Honda Civic Type R revealed

Hyundai

  • Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept revealed
    THE Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept has revealed the Korean carmaker’s potential replacement for the hydrogen-powered ix35 SUV that has pioneered the consumer-facing side of the technology.

Infiniti

Kia

  • Turbo Kia Picanto revealed
    THE 2017 Kia Picanto due to be unveiled in Geneva next month could come with one model packed with enough of the buzzwords to make driving enthusiasts salivate – and could even one day carry a GT badge.

Lamborghini

  • Lamborghini Huracan Performante unleashed
    LAMBORGHINI has revealed the Huracan Perfomante special edition in all its glory at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, a week since a test version controversially claimed the Nürburgring Nordschleife production car lap record.

Lamborghini Huracan Performante unleashed

McLaren

McLaren 720S Coupe revealed

Mercedes-Benz

Mitsubishi

  • Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross revealed
    THE Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, the Japanese carmaker’s all-new compact SUV, has been revealed ahead of its Geneva Motor Show debut – and late 2017 arrival in Australia – but without a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) version.

Porsche

Mission E to spawn electric Porsche range

Range Rover

Renault

 Renault Zoe e-Sport debuts at 2017 Geneva Motor Show

Vanda

Volkswagen

Volkswagen Arteon revealed at 2017 Geneva Motor Show

Volvo

 

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