Geneva Motor Show 2015: A-Z of Cars

Published 05 March 2015

Alfa Romeo

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4C Spider

Topless version of the Italian sports car. The roof is removable and can be stowed onboard. Loses the odd headlights of the coupe. 

Aston Martin

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Vulcan

This V12 monster is limited to just 25 examples and it isn't even legal for road use. Instead it is aimed at Aston Martin enthusiasts who love track driving.

Lagonda Taraf - Large, luxury saloon powered by a V12.

DBX - Surprise high-riding crossover concept.

Audi

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Q7

All-new version of the mammoth SUV. Constructed with lightweight materials, it promises to be one of the most efficient large SUVs on sale.  

R8 - new version of the performance car offered with V10 or electric power

Bentley

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EXP 10 Speed 6

This stunning concept car shows Bentley's intent to make a smaller, two-seat model aimed at taking on the likes of the Jaguar F-Type, and boy does it look good. 

BMW

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2 Series Gran Tourer

A longer version of the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer with an additional pair of rear seats. Has three isofix points across in the middle row.

1 Series - facelift of the entry-level BMW with more efficient engines.

Citroen

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DS5

Facelifted DS5 gets new front-end styling, a less cluttered interior and perhaps most importantly significantly improved ride quality. Should cost around £22,500.

Berlingo Mountain Vibe - Offroad concept version of the van-like MPV.

Dacia

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Laureate Prime editions

Limited edition trim level for Duster, Logan MCV and Sandero, with blue-coloured interior details, unique paint and built in navigation.

Ferrari

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488 GTB

Replacement for the 458 Italia, powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine. Peak power is 660PS and peak torque is a huge 760Nm. Expect to pay more than £200,000.

Ford

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Focus RS

New high-performance Focus gets four-wheel drive and has a peak power output of 320PS, thanks to a 2.3-litre engine shared with the new Mustang.

GT - Ford's supercar is back, this time with a V6 engine.

Honda

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HR-V

Production-ready, European-spec small crossover, called Vezel in other parts of the world. Will get Honda's efficient 1.6-litre diesel plus a 1.5-litre petrol. 

NSX - Honda's famed supercar name makes a return.

Jazz - Comes with clever magic seats and a 1.3-litre petrol engine. 

FCV - Eco-friendly fuel-cell model will be available in 2016.

Hyundai 

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Tucson

Hyundai has returned to the Tucson name for its crossover, after calling it ix35 in Europe for a few years. Should offer good quality and value.

i30 - updated version available March. Performance Turbo model offered.

i20 Coupe - pretty, two-door version of the recently launched small hatch.

Infiniti

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QX30 Concept

Almost ready for production, the QX30 crossover will be made in Sunderland on the same platform as the Mercedes-Benz A-Class. 

 

Jaguar

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F-Pace

Jaguar's first SUV uses a substantial amount of light aluminium in its construction. It promises to offer nimble enjoyable handling like the rival Porsche Macan.

XE - The new 3 Series rival will appear in production form.

Kia

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Sportspace

Concept car that previews the upcoming Mondeo-rivalling Optima Estate. Likely to be avaiable within a few years, but slighty towned down. 

Land Rover

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Range Rover Evoque

Facelifted Evoque benefits from new, efficient diesel engines shared with the upcoming Jaguar XE and Land Rover Discovery Sport. 

Evoque Convertible - drop-top Evoque set to arrive in 2016.

Lexus

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Lexus LF-SA

This '2+2' city car is a concept, but we think it'll be put into production eventually, albeit toned down. It'll take on cars like the Renault Twingo and Smart.

Mazda

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CX-3

New crossover to sit under the CX-5 in the range. Looks good, but it has a fairly high starting price, so it's going to have to be impressive.

Mercedes-Benz

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GLE 63 AMG

A 585PS, 760Nm V8-powered monster cross between a coupe and SUV. This all-wheel drive model is expected to cost just shy of £100,000. 

CLA Shooting Brake - Stylish estate version of CLA-Class saloon. 

Mitsubishi

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Concept XR-PHEV II

Crossover SUV with a hybrid powertrain like that seen in the larget Outlander PHEV. Set to become a production reality at some point. 

L200 - Heavily facelifted pick-up has improved economy.

Nissan

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Sway

According to the rumour mill, you're looking at the new Micra. Kind of. It'll be a lot less dramatic, we think, but even so - wow.

Peugeot

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208

Facelifted 208 doesn't look all that different, but gets new exterior colours and an updated infotainment system, plus economy improvements.

Porsche

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Cayman GT4

More track-focused version of the Cayman sports car. Produces 385PS and is offered with manual transmission only. Orders open now from £64,451.

911 GT3 RS - The most hardcore, track focused 911 you can buy.

Renault

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Kadjar

Restyled, Renault-badged version of the Nissan Qashqai, with the style of the smaller Captur but better quality and more space in the cabin.

Renaultsport Clio Trophy 220 - Even speedier version of the hot Clio

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Tivoli

Modern, stylish-looking entry into the competetive crossover market. Should be affordable and will likely come with a very strong warranty offering. 

SEAT

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Leon ST Cupra 

Estate version of the hot SEAT, with either 280PS or 265PS from a turbocharger petrol engine. Quickest variants are capable of 0-62mph in six seconds.

SEAT 20V20 - Ostensibly a concept - this small SUV will go on sale in 2016

Skoda

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Superb

Set to offer even more interior space than the outgoing model, along with the latest safety tech. Will be available with a sub 100g/km diesel engine. 

Fabia Monte Carlo - prettier version of the Fabia with optional sports suspension

Octavia vRS 230 - Beefed up, more powerful vRS with 230PS

Subaru

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Levorg

Effectively an estate version of the latest Impreza. Will have typical Subaru features including all-wheel drive and 'boxer' engines. Due later in 2015.

Subaru

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iM-4

This cute concept car is almost certainly the next generation Jimny. It manages to evoke all the character of the old mode, but with a modern edge. We like it.

Toyota

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Avensis

Heavy facelift for the Toyota saloon. Details are sparese but expect the usual improvements to styling, refinement and economy. 

Auris - British-built hatchback gets a mid-life refresh with better economy. 

Vauxhall

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Corsa VXR

Latest performance Corsa uses the same engine as before but gets various chassis and steering tweaks to bring it into contention with the Fiesta ST.

Viva - An old Vauxhall name revived for a small city car.

Volkswagen

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Golf GTD Estate

Larger, more practical version of the 'hot' diesel Golf, powered by 184PS 20-litre engine. Expected to cost from around £27,500.

Sharan - Revised MPV gets new safety tech and efficiency improvements.

Touran - All-new MPV with clean engines and loads of gizmos.

Volvo

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S60 Cross Country

High-riding, more ruggedly styled version of the S60 saloon. Longer suspension travel and higher-profile tyres should improve comfort. All-wheel drive tow will be offered. 

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