From electric concept cars to much-anticipated facelifts, Europe's debut motor show promises to deliver.
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With the 2020 Geneva Motor Show almost upon us, the world's major automotive players are out in full force teasing, revealing or subtly hinting at some incoming new creations.

Kicking off in the Swiss city on March 5 and running until March 15, the annual event will see striking electric concept cars debut alongside highly-anticipated SUVs and crossovers.

Given last year's show delivered the Audi e-tron Sportback, Mazda CX-30, Bugatti La Voiture Noire and the Bentley Bentayga Speed, you can expect 2020's showing to present similar head-turners and conversation-starters.

Here's what awaits us at this year's Geneva motor show.

Aiways U5 (revealed)

Aiways U6ion (confirmed, teased)

Apex AP-0 electric supercar (teased)

Aston Martin Vantage Roadster (revealed)

Audi A3 Sportback (prototype review)

Audi e-tron S (revealed)

Automobili Pininfarina Battista Anniversario (confirmed)

BAC Mono One (revealed)

Bentley Mulliner Bacalar (teased)

BMW 3 Series PHEV models (confirmed)

BMW 4 Series (not confirmed, leaked)

BMW M340d xDrive (revealed)

BMW i4 (confirmed, spy pics)

Cupra Formentor (confirmed)

Cupra Leon (revealed)

Czinger 21C hybrid hypercar (revealed)

Fiat 500 electric (spied)

Formula E Gen 2 EVO (revealed)

Hispano-Suiza Carmen Boulogne (teased)

Honda Civic Type R facelift (revealed)

Honda Jazz (revealed)

Honda Jazz Crosstar (leaked)

Hyundai 'Prophecy' EV concept (teased)

Hyundai i20 update (revealed)

Kia Sorento (revealed)

Maserati Alfieri (teased)

Mercedes-Benz E-Class facelift (leaked)

Mercedes-Benz GLA (prototype drive)

Mercedes-Benz GLA 45 S (revealed)

Morgan new model (confirmed)

Polestar Precept (confirmed, revealed)

Porsche 911 Turbo S (leaked)

Renault Twingo Z.E. (confirmed)

Seat Leon (revealed)

Skoda Enyaq (not confirmed, teased)

Skoda Octavia RS iV (teased)

Toyota B-SUV (confirmed)

Toyota Yaris (revealed)

Volkswagen Caddy (revealed)

Volkswagen Golf GTE PHEV (revealed)

Volkswagen Golf GTD (revealed)

Volkswagen Golf GTI (revealed)

Volkswagen Touareg R (revealed)

Stay tuned for our coverage of the Geneva motor show, which kicks off on March 5.