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Although the Geneva Auto Show is small in size, the mix of cars is unbeatable. The neutral Swiss show always features cool boutique brands.

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2009 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe
2008 Geneva Motor Show

2009 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe

Rolls-Royce will show its new coupe in Geneva. Think of it as a Drophead with a fixed roof.
David Gluckman
| Feb 15, 2008
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2009 Mercedes-Benz SL-class
2008 Geneva Motor Show

2009 Mercedes-Benz SL-class

The SL goes a little retro for 2009 with a 300SL-inspired front end. An SL63 AMG joins the pack.
David Gluckman
| Feb 01, 2008
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2003 Geneva Show - Subaru B11S
2003 Geneva Motor Show

2003 Geneva Show - Subaru B11S

With all the accolades Subaru has been piling up over the past couple of years, it would be easy to take any criticism (e.g., Subaru's cars may drive great, but they sure are ugly) with a grain of salt. But rather than ignore the critics, Subaru offers the B11
Automobilemag
| Jan 08, 2008
2004 Mini Cooper Works
Geneva Motor Show

2004 Mini Cooper Works

Here's an answer to all the Mini Cooper fans who love the car but want more power: Mike Cooper, son of John Cooper, the original Mini tuning genius, has created a "Works" kit for the Cooper S that increases horsepower from 163 to 197 and torque from 155 lb-ft
Automobilemag
| Nov 27, 2007
2004 Porsche Carrera GT
Geneva Motor Show

2004 Porsche Carrera GT

The good news: Porsche is now accepting deposits on the Carrera GT supercar. The not-so-good news: Its base price is $420,000, and the economy ain't what it was when the concept debuted two and a half years ago.
Automobilemag
| Nov 26, 2007
2004 Volkswagen Touran
Geneva Motor Show

2004 Volkswagen Touran

The Touran won't be making it to the U.S., but the underpinnings of this mini minivan will, because this is the first variant of the fifth-generation Golf. The new VW uses electromechanical steering, a four-link rear suspension, and six-speed transmissions. It
Automobilemag
| Nov 21, 2007
2004 Chrysler Airflite
Geneva Motor Show

2004 Chrysler Airflite

Chrysler's latest concept car, dubbed the Airflite, is basically a four-door hatchback that's built on a shortened version of the company's new rear-wheel-drive platform. Style-wise, the Airflite looks like a big brother to the Crossfire coupe: a long roofline
Automobilemag
| Nov 21, 2007
2004 Lamborghini Gallardo
Geneva Motor Show

2004 Lamborghini Gallardo

Looking very much like the baby brother to the Murcielago that it is, the Gallardo debuted in Geneva with a 493-hp, 5.0-liter V-10 engine mated to a six-speed paddle-shift gearbox. Due to arrive Stateside this fall for about $150,000, the Ferrari 360 Modena co
Automobilemag
| Nov 21, 2007
2004 Kia Opirus
Geneva Motor Show

2004 Kia Opirus

"Neo-Classicism is what Kia's new flagship model Opirus stands for," says the Geneva show press release. "It is the result of its designers' search for the `truth' in car design."
Automobilemag
| Nov 20, 2007
2004 Audi Nuvolari
Geneva Motor Show

2004 Audi Nuvolari

Named after the famous Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari, who raced for Auto Union in 1938 and '39, the elegant Nuvolari Quattro hints at Audi's rival to the upcoming BMW 6-series. The show car uses the 5.0-liter V-10 engine that's fitted in the Lamborghini Gallar
Automobilemag
| Nov 20, 2007
High Style: Geneva Auto Show Photo Galleries
2007 Geneva Motor Show

High Style: Geneva Auto Show Photo Galleries

There was no shortage of eye-candy at Geneva - and so we've put together this collection of exotic, outrageous, and just plain gorgeous cars for you to dress up that drab desktop.
Automobilemag
| Mar 16, 2007
Geneva Auto Salon: Five Most Significant Cars
2007 Geneva Motor Show

Geneva Auto Salon: Five Most Significant Cars

The Geneva show is full of a lot of great cars, but many of them won't be sold here. Here are our top five picks for U.S.-bound Geneva debuts to be excited about.
| Mar 08, 2007
New York Auto Show: Five Most Significant Cars
2007 Geneva Motor Show

New York Auto Show: Five Most Significant Cars

The New York International Auto Show seemed quiet this year, but there were five truly notable debuts to get excited about. We count them down here.
| Mar 08, 2007
2007 Koenigsegg CCX
2007 Geneva Motor Show

2007 Koenigsegg CCX

It's not often we get excited about a car getting new bumpers and side markers, but when it means that the new Koenigsegg CCX is ready for U.S. sale, excitement is an understatement. After all, this new model--the third Koenigsegg, following the CC8S and CCR--
| Mar 07, 2007
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2007 Gumpert Apollo Sport
2007 Geneva Motor Show

2007 Gumpert Apollo Sport

"It has always been a dream of mine," Roland Gumpert declares on his website, "to have a car that has so much downforce, such aerodynamic efficiency that you could drive on the roof of a tunnel at high speed--and this car can." We have to believe him, because
| Mar 07, 2007
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2007 Russo-Baltique Impression
2007 Geneva Motor Show

2007 Russo-Baltique Impression

It's usually a given that when a press release starts with "It is the honor of Russo-Baltique Company of Russia to present to the honorable public . . ." that a series of pretty unbelievable details will follow. Details like a dashboard that's hand-made from o
| Mar 07, 2007
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