New Cars, Models and Launches At The Geneva Motor Show 2013
Full details of the stars at this year's show
We run through 50 of the most interesting cars displayed at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, from the mundane to the outrageous and everything in between.
Honest John's video overview of the very best cars from the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
There were plenty of estate cars at the Geneva Motor Show this year, although many manufacturers avoided calling them estates. Here’s our top ten.
At a motor show it's never too hard to find radical, outrageous cars. Geneva is no exception - this is our lowdown of ten of the maddest motors from the show.
At a busy motor show it's all too easy to overlook some of the cars, so we've picked out five of the vehicles that were a little neglected in most coverage.
We count down through ten of the fastest, most exotic and most powerful machines on display at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show
SEAT has shown a sportier three-door 'SC' variant of its new Leon in Geneva. Changes are subtle, but the shorter wheelbase hasn't reduced boot space.
It’s the 50th anniversary of the Porsche 911 in 2013 and one of the celebratory models is the £100,540 GT3, a more track-focussed, hardcore version of the iconic car.
Entry grade IS300h SE is congestion charge exempt and has a free annual VED tax bill, thanks to 99g/km emissions. Sadly, higher equipment grades miss out.
A run-down of our Top 10 new cars at Geneva with everything from the downright outrageous to the downright practical.
Say hello to the new king of hot hatches, the Volkswagen Golf GTI. At least that's what its maker hopes.
The Hyundai Santa Fe grows in size and stature to meet the demands of European and American MPV buyers. It won't be coming to the UK.
The Audi RS Q3 is the first high-performance SUV from Ingolstadt. We suspect it won't be the last.
Chevrolet's larger SUV gets a subtle redesign externally, new cabin materials and revised trim levels, offering more standard equipment than before.
All-new four-seater saloon features all the luxury details you’d expect from the British marque, and the W12 engine offers the performance to match.
The new Suzuki SX4 takes a bow at Geneva - it's powered by 1.6-litre petrols and diesels, and comes with two- or four-wheel drive. Deliveries start later this year.
The crossover-style Up will go on sale in Europe this summer, but is still under consideration for the UK. If sold here it's expected to cost around £11,500.
Volkswagen looks to the future with this all-electric van.
The famous GTi badge is back - this time in the form of the 208, with a 1.6-litre 200bhp engine.
Updated version of the C3 gets a restyled front end and new tail lights, along with new, cleaner three-cylinder engines and some tweaked interior options.
The Trax, Chevrolet's Vauxhall Mokka-based compact SUV looks set to join a crowded market when it goes on sale in the spring of 2013.
The larger, more practical estate version of Skoda's all-new Octavia is on sale in June priced from £16,790.
Subaru unveils its stylish new Forester SUV at the Geneva Motor Show. Will it steal more sales from Land Rover?
Ferrari's new Enzo replacement boasts 963bhp and KERS, and will go head-to-head with the McLaren P1 for the title of the best million pound hypercar.
The Peugeot 2008 is set to rival the new Ford Ecosport and Renault Captur, as well as the well-established Nissan Juke. But it does bring something new to the party.
Latest car continues to be a roomy carry-all, but this time is a bit better looking.
Honda has unveiled the long awaited estate version of the Honda Civic - albeit in concept form. The production version is due on sale in the UK in early 2014.
Nissan showed its new British-built Note at Geneva. The new car will go on sale in Autumn 2013, and although prices are to be announced, expect entry models come in at around £10,000.