WHEN MAR 7-8, 2017 WHERE Geneva PalExpo, Geneva, Switzerland URL http://www.gims.swiss/en/Sneak peeks and live coverage from the Geneva International Motor Show with thousands of photos of new vehicles and concept car debuts.
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We spoke with Lex Kerssemakers and Thomas Ingenlath in Geneva.

Volvo is far from dead in the US.


We curate the sexiest Italian cars from the Geneva Motor Show, with examples from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Pininfarina, and more.


Supercar overload in Switzerland, what we've been driving, and lots of hand-crafted car-buying advice.


Horacio Pagani himself explains how.

The powerful roadster turns heads in its own right.


Alpine is focusing on Europe and Japan.

For now, launching the brand in USA is too hard.


All together now. Feast your eyes.

You know you just want to see the pictures.


Alois Ruf explains why his company ressurected its icon.

The time was right for an encore.


It's more powerful than a Formula E racecar.

The EV world needs more of this sort of thinking.


It was a tough vote for this year's Geneva show, with a lot of crazy and cool stuff to choose from.


Mercedes performance brand's director explains expansion, from line-built engines to the Hypercar.

There are more than 40 AMG models currently.


In one video, of a 30 mph rollover test, the car is barely even dented.

All the cameras, radar, and sensors in the world won't do a lick of good when a two-ton projectile unavoidably slams into an immoveable object.


The MSO 720S Velocity shows how you can customize your car

It's one of five custom examples of the car.


Mueller gives Marchionne the coldest shoulder possible.

No. Not no thanks. Just no.


A divine resurrection of a historic name.

Designing a new Ferrari with a nod to the past.


FE stands for Future Eco.

A production version is set to launch in early 2018.


They're called the Vantage AMR Pro and Rapide AMR

They're higher-performance versions of Aston's already high-performance cars.


Spyder debuts at Geneva Motor Show.

It actually makes a lot of sense, when you think about it.


Only 250 will be built.

It's shorter than a Miata, and has more power.