2008 Geneva Auto Show: Although the Geneva Auto Show is small in size, the mix of cars is unbeatable. The neutral Swiss motor show always features cool boutique brands.
From the company that brings you crazy ideas such as scuba-diving Lotus Elises comes yet another cockamamie concept. Making its world debut at the 2009...
The redesigned Gallardo is here and it gets a numerical name: 560 metric hp and all-wheel drive. Oh, and we built one.
Ferrari now has an official vehicle customization shop and it's called Atelier. Any new Ferrari can be personalized, including the updated 612 Scaglietti.
Mercedes is pulling every trick in the efficiency book to reduce emissions. The C-class gets some aero tweaks and a more powerful V-6 with better fuel...
CO2 reductions are on everyone's mind in Geneva. This little Golf (Rabbit to us) uses a diesel engine paired with an electric motor to achieve that end.
Color Me Purple: The new FX makes its debut at a night club in Geneva. We'll see the new luxo-crossover here in June.
It's not even on sale yet, and already Mercedes is trotting out a diesel-hybrid GLK concept. You might not love the styling, but there's no arguing with...
Meet the new Audi R8 V12 TDI concept, same as the old one (except for the red paint). The diesel still makes 738 lb-ft of torque.
A little coupe is coming from Saab. This hybridized concept gives us a glimpse and is fueled by ethanol.
This trio of Kias gives us a look at a new urban wagon. We should see it in the U.S. in 2009.
They're building it, but it's not coming here. Pity, we could come up with so many good uses for 738 lb-ft of torque.
For those with a healthy stock portfolio. These special edition Jaguars get some extra style to set themselves apart from the crowd.
The new Scirocco is here. Volkswagen has translated the IROC concept into a small sports coupe with a choice of four turbo engines.
The S is for... well, we're not sure. But the latest GranTurismo looks great on paper and in pictures. Coming to a Swiss auto show near you.
Mitsubishi will soon build a Lancer Sportback to compete with the Impreza hatch. We get our first glimpse of the new bodystyle in Geneva.
Mini is upping the performance ante with a pair of John Cooper Works badged cars. Try to handle even more torque than the Cooper S.
The European Accord is better known in the U.S. as the Acura TSX. This new Honda gives us a good look at what we can expect for the TSX.
A three-door Aveo will join its bigger five-door brother in Europe this summer. No word on whether a car this small will make its way into a U.S. Chevy...