As arguably the most important international auto show, the Geneva International Motor Show will this year offer its usual complement of debuts and concepts in the ever-changing automotive industry.
The year’s show, scheduled March 9-19, will be held in its traditional neutral location, the Palexpo in Geneva next to the international airport.
Here’s a list of some of the manufacturers’ offerings in alphabetical order:
Audi — The 400-horsepower RS3 Sportback debuts.
Dendrobium — It’s a new hypercar from Singapore.
Ferrari — The Superfast, with its 800 horsepower V112, will debut with plenty of fanfare.
Kia — Say hello to tiniest Kia, the Picanto.
McLaren — The Super Series is the replacement of the 650S lineup.
Seat — The Ibiza supermini will make its debut.
Tata — Few details, but the India carmaker will debut a connected car only for the Indian market.
Volkswagen — The German carmaker has had some odd nameplates through the years. But what exactly is an Arteon? It’s the name of the VW’s debuting sedan.
Volvo — The debut of the mini XC90 crossover Mk2.
Facts & Figures, Geneva International Motor Show
When: March 9-19.
Where: Route François-Peyrot 30, 1218 Le Grand-Saconnex, Geneva, Switzerland
Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. — 8 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m. — 7 p.m.
Official website: www.gims.swiss/en/