The 2020 Geneva auto show was scheduled to take place at the beginning of March, but it has been canceled due to concerns about the spread of the Covid-19 virus (coronavirus) in Europe. Below is a list of vehicles that were scheduled to appear at the Geneva show. A few automakers have announced that they will debut new vehicles via live streams rather than press conferences.
The Geneva International Motor Show occupies a rarefied place. No other show sees money, status, and glitz intersect as they do in the Swiss city. But while it’s certainly true that this show plays host to a number of supercars and high-dollar luxury rides every year, it also is where plenty of consequential mainstream cars make their debuts.
Good news, too: the automaker is keeping its V-12.
It's got room for two of the kind of people who scoff at windscreens but appreciate 690 horsepower from a twin-turbo V-12.
The handling-focused Chiron loses weight and adds downforce.
A redesigned A3 sedan for the U.S. market is coming later, but we're liking what we see so far.
Here's the most powerful 911 Turbo S yet.
McLaren's 765LT, the more dynamically focused sibling to the 720S, will reach buyers in October.
The roofless, windscreen-less convertible, based on the Continental GT, will cost nearly $2 million.
Volkswagen has named its U.S.-bound, MEB-based crossover and says it’ll be the first carbon-neutral SUV.
The 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-class and AMG E53 sedan get refreshed styling, new technology, and an updated powertrain.
The E450 All-Terrain wagon will now only be offered with unsightly plastic outlining its once elegant exterior.
Shown in concept form, the i4 electric boasts the range and the performance, but does it have the looks?
It sounds like sacrilege, but we think you're going to like it.
The Prophecy concept from Hyundai highlights the automaker's march toward electrification in a truly beautiful design.
With a new aluminum chassis and a modern BMW turbo-four underhood, Morgan's sports car is fresher than it might appear.
Five units of this $2.6 million, 1900-hp special edition will celebrate the coachbuilder's 90th anniversary.
The auto show was canceled days before it was slated to begin, and a video shot yesterday reveals stands across the floor in a state of disassembly.
The limited-edition GTA is lighter and more powerful than a Quadrifoglio. And there's a two-seat track version.
We love the updated i30's fastback and wagon body styles (the hatch is sold in the U.S. as the Elantra GT).
It's called the GTD and you'll never see one in the United States.
One of the world's major shows, it had been slated to reveal new models from Bentley, BMW, Kia, Mercedes, Toyota, and many others next week.
The eighth-gen GTI makes 241 horsepower in Europe-spec form and will arrive in the U.S. in 2021.