We are officially spent. The Geneva Motor Show is one of the biggest shows we cover each year in terms of new debuts, and as you can see in our roundup post below, there has been plenty to talk about over the past two days.

We'll still have a few Geneva-related things trickling in after you read this, but the bread and butter of what was unveiled at the Swiss expo is all wrapped up for you in our usual grid format. Have a scroll through all the hot metal, and be sure to chime in with your own thoughts about what's hot and what's not in the Comments.

As for us, we're resting up and fighting off massive cheese-and-chocolate hangovers, but we'll be back to our regularly scheduled programming tomorrow, and we'll be live from New York in just a few weeks to do it all again.



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      chanonissan
      • 1 Year Ago
      they did a good job, but a few cars are missing.
      artandcolour2010
      • 1 Year Ago
      I've said it before and I'll say it again: What AB does best is cover car shows. Excellent coverage all the way around. Thank you!
      Groagun
      • 1 Year Ago
      Part Two Alpina B3-just understated and cool enough VW Golf GTD-just interested to see how diesel does in this space Mansory Speranza-"Man I'm Sorry" Really, just really? Pininfarina Sergio-something about this car just doesn't do it for me, like not love it Toyota RAV4 Adventure-for those dangerous trips to the mall Audi A3 G/E-Tron-Audi is putting their money where their mouths are and producing some innovative and cool tech. Mansory Carbonado-I'll say it again "Man I'm Sorry" Toyota i-Road-the Carver from Toyota, actually really cool, watch the vid see it in motion Wiesmann GT MF4 CS-we need something new from them and this in not it Audi RS Q3-a bit of overkill Spyker B6 Venator-not sure about this, something is off about the design Mitsu CA-MiEV-very futuristic and looks pretty cool, not convinced about the tech though Touring Superleggera Disco Volante-hate to say it but I don't really like it FT-86 Open-I think this would be a mistake, don't do it Toyota BMW3 GT-I despise the 5GT, this is no different MB A45 AMG-What! This is awesome Mitsu GR-HEV-way out there but good effort and good for them getting back to traditional concept ideas and way out there thinking Kia Provo-if you build it they will come, hope they WRC it as well Subaru Viziv-did they collaborate with Mitsu on this? Chevy Captiva-how well does this sell in Europe? Bentley Flying Spur-great name and great car, would have this over the Conti GT VW XL1-Interesting, shows what VW is capable of and is forward thinking Audi RS6 Avant-One Bad Ass MF'er Chevy Corvette Convertible-this car got so lost in the show and so overwhelmed. Really it deserved to when compared to the other showings in Geneva You may have noticed I left out a few cars. In Part Three I will go through the heavy hitters
      lthrnck68
      • 1 Year Ago
      Hate to say it, but, aside from the paint, a lot of these cars look the same. A few are different enough, but not many.
      Niru Havsbrisen
      • 1 Year Ago
      Forget the car, I want to wrap myself in that satin blanket it covring it :D
      Groagun
      • 1 Year Ago
      Part Three-Stars of the Show Alfa Romeo 4C-Of all the cars coming, this is the one I really want to have myself. I've always loved Alfa and have lusted after old ones. I am disappointed by the lights, hope they are just Euro specific but I will go after market right away if not. So this or, the Jag F-Type, Porsche Boxster, MB SLK, BMW Z4, Lotus Evora? Am I missing anything? Koenigsegg Agera S Hundra-if you have been following the Drive Network series on them you know how cool the company is. A legit and 1 of 2 real alternatives to the traditional super/hyper car makers. 911 GT3-Yeah it will be faster, turn better, stop better, be more comfortable, so what! They have lost the plot on this particular model. The Turbo, GT2, Carrera 2/4/S and all other 911 variants can have the latest tech and gadgets but this model should be the back to basics and have a manual. The vid from EVO mag drones on forever in rationalizing the PDK and I hated it. Enough said ItalDesign Giugiaro Parcour-perhaps the best surprise of the show. Really Uber cool almost 70's muscle car vibe with a Rally Fighter inspired look. I love this thing, it looks like it came from Hot Wheels! The BIG 3-LaFerrari-McLaren P1-Lamborghini Veneno LaFerrari, what a stupid name and one they will regret. I think this thing is ugly. I know beauty is in the eye of the beholder and all that crap but this is ugly plain and simple. I'm not sure what else they could have done, the tech is good/great but I think they fell short and of the BIG 3, this came in last. McLaren P1-I'm liking it more and more. This company is very calculating and sometimes void of "FIZZ" as James May puts it but almost the same power as the Ferrari and doing it with a lot less. The MP4-12C is not as good as the 458 Italia but this, in the Hyper car segment finally beats the Ferrari: at least at this stage before the road tests can be done. Lamborghini Veneno-The winner of the show! Outrageous, over the top and not my taste but 'Holy Crap Batman!" Every 12 year old in the world has a poster to put on his/her wall, or should I say desktop. While all of the BIG 3 are LeMans LMP1 inspired, only the Lambo really goes for it. Great for Lambo and great for all of us who love and lust after cars. It gives me that tingly, hot feeling in the groin and we have missed that for a while now: since the death of the Pagani Zonda. The show overall was great and AB should be commended on it's coverage, now only if there video production was better, or existed. If they want help with that, you know where to reach me. Final judgements can only handed down by seeing these cars in the flesh and after proper road tests but I stand by my comments and welcome any feed back. Thanks.
      Avinash Machado
      • 1 Year Ago
      Thanks for the great coverage,guys.