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The Geneva International Motor Show, known officially as the Salon international de l’auto, is one of the biggest events on the annual motoring calendar.

The show first opened its doors in 1905 and has run almost every year since 1924, with the obvious wartime exceptions.

Notable unveilings at the Geneva motor show have included models of legend, from the Fiat 509 in 1927 to the McLaren P1 in 2013, and dozens in between.

This year’s show, which kicks off with the media days on March 1-2, will be no exception. Already locked in for the big event are the reborn Alpine brand, Maserati’s first-ever SUV, a Lexus return to the world of low-slung coupes, and the fastest Jaguar F-Type yet.

Catch our full list of confirmed and rumoured debuts below.

Production cars

Alfa Romeo Giulia – wider range (revealed) (QV model here)
Alfa Romeo Giulietta – facelift (teased) (revealed)
Apollo ApolloN
Aston Martin DB11 (leaked)
BMW Alpina B7 (revealed)


Audi Q2 (revealed)
Audi RS Q3 Performance (revealed)
Bentley Mulsanne – facelift (not confirmed) (spied testing)
Bentley Flying Spur V8 S (revealed)
Bugatti Chiron (revealed)
BMW M760Li xDrive (revealed)
Borgward BX5 (revealed)


Citroen E-Mehari EV (revealed)
Citroen SpaceTourer (revealed)
DS 3 – next-generation concept (not confirmed)
Ferrari GTC4 Lusso – FF facelift (revealed)
Fiat Tipo hatch (not confirmed)
Fiat 124 Spider – European variant
Ford Fiesta ST Plus (not confirmed)


Ford Kuga – facelift (revealed)
Hyundai Ioniq Electric (revealed)
Jaguar F-Type SVR (revealed and priced)
Kia Niro (revealed)
Kia Optima PHEV (revealed)
Kia Optima Sportwagon (revealed)
Koenigsegg Agera and Regera specials (revealed)
Lamborghini Huracan ‘Avio’ (not confirmed)
Lamborghini Centenario (revealed)


Lexus LC500h hybrid coupe (revealed)
Lotus Elise Cup 250 (revealed)
Maserati Levante SUV (revealed)
McLaren 570GT (revealed)
McLaren 675LT MSO
McLaren P1 MSO
Mercedes-AMG C 43 Coupe (revealed)
Mercedes-AMG GT ‘R’ (not confirmed) (spied testing)
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet (revealed)
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate wagon (not confirmed) (spied testing)
Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe (not confirmed) (spied testing)


NanoFlowCell Quantino EV (revealed)
Opel Ampera-e (Chevrolet Bolt for Europe)
Opel Mokka X – facelift (revealed)
Pagani Huayra BC (revealed)
Peugeot 2008 – facelift (revealed)
Porsche 718 Boxster (revealed)
Porsche 911 R (revealed)
Renault Megane wagon (revealed)
Rimac Concept One (revealed)


Renault Scenic (leaked)
Seat Ateca SUV (revealed)
SsangYong SIV-2, Tivoli XLV (teased)
Subaru XV concept (revealed)
Suzuki S-Cross – facelift (not confirmed) (leaked)
Toyota C-HR SUV (revealed)
Toyota ProAce (revealed)
Volkswagen Phideon (revealed)
Volvo V40 – facelift
Volvo V90 (revealed)


Alpine Vision concept (revealed)
Citroen SpaceTourer Hyphen 4WD concept (revealed)
DS E-Tense (revealed)
Honda Civic hatch concept (revealed)
Mitsubishi Triton, ASX concepts (revealed)
Opel GT concept – interior (revealed)


Peugeot Traveller i-Lab concept (revealed)
Skoda VisionS concept SUV (revealed)
Volkswagen T-Cross Breeze (revealed)
Volkswagen Amarok V8 Passion Desert

Watch for CarAdvice’s full spread of articles, video and social media coverage direct from the Geneva motor show, next week.