Cars of the Geneva Motor Show

AutoTrader NZ
Published 3 September 2020

The 2011 Geneva Motor Show kicked off on 1 March and the global recession seems to be over, with most car companies showing off their latest designs and concepts. Check them out in the picture gallery…

Abarth 695 Tributo, the baby Ferrari supercar

Abarth Scorpion, featuring an all-electric drivetrain

Alfa Romeo 4C, a two-seat, rear-wheel drive sport coupe with much of the technology and materials inherited from the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione

Aston Martin Cygnet, a small luxury commuter

Aston Martin V8 Vantage, the sharpest Vantage yet

Aston Martin Virage, a new V12 positioned between the DB9 and DBS

Audi A3 Concept, a five cylinder turbo with 300 kW (408 PS), a seven gear S-tronic and permanent four-wheel-drive quattro

Audi Q5 2.0 T Hybrid, sporting an air-cooled 1.3kWh lithium ion battery pack

Bentley Continental Grand Sport

Bentley Continental GT

Bentley Continental Supersports ISR Convertible

Bentley Mulsanne, the all-new grand tourer

Bertone Jaguar B99 concept, celebrating 99 years of heritage with a possible successor to the X-Type

BMW 530d xDrive

BMW Vision ConnectedDrive

BMW Z4 Roadster

Chevrolet Camaro

Citroen Metropolis, showcasing design from China

Ferrari FF, the company’s first four-wheel-drive model in production

Ford Focus Electric, an all-electric car

Hyundai Curb Concept, showcasing the next generation of design for Hyundai

Hyundai i40, a new estate option

Hyundai Velostar, the coupe with an unuaual door arrangement

Infiniti Etherea

Jaguar XKR-S, a retuned high-performance coupe

Kia Picanto

Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, a speedy replacement for the Murcielago

Land Rover Range_e, powered by a diesel and an electro motor that takes 3.36 litres of fuel per 100 km

Lexus LFA Nurburgring Package

Lotus Elise

Lotus Mansory Evora, an officially tuned Evora, part of the brand’s new customisation programme

Maserati GranCabrio Sport

Mazda Minagi, with design inspiration from the cheetah

Mercedes-Benz C 350 BlueEFFICIENCY, with a new range of engines, this car consumes 10% less fuel than current models

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG E-Cell, an all-electric car

Mini Rocketman Concept, a new version of the 1950s classic

Pagani Huayra, designed for maximum aerodynamic efficiency

Peugeot 308

Porsche Panamera Hybrid, a new hybrid version of Porsche’s luxury saloon

Range Rover Evoque, the baby Range

Renault Captur, a new baby crossover

Skoda Vision D, the new Octavia with fresh designs

Smart forspeed, an electric roadster

Ssangyong SUT 1 concept

Subaru Impreza

Subaru Trezia, a rebadged Toyota Verso wagon

Suzuki S Swift concept, sporty supermini

Toyota FT-86 II Concept, the sports car Toyota has jointly designed with Subaru, useing a boxer engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission

Volkswagen Bulli Concept, a re-interpretation of the classic small people-carrier

Volkswagen Golf Convertible, new softtop with fabric roof

Volkswagen Tiguan, with a mid-life facelift