BMW unveils a self-driving concept car. The new vehicle has been revealed at a 100th anniversary celebration at the German brand’s first factory in Munich.
Volvo is pushing on with its bid to add a more performance-pitched image to its cars with the launch of a range of upgrade parts.
As we come to the close of the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, we look at some of the other unveilings not yet featured from this busiest of European motor events.
For our final report from the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, we look at some of the exotic sports cars and outrageous concepts that the show is famous for.
Skoda’s big Geneva unveiling is described as a concept but is close to the final look of the Czech brand’s forthcoming SUV model.
Toyota Concepts at the 2014 Paris and 2015 Frankfurt shows pointed towards a new crossover to rival Nissan’s Juke, and the production C-HR.
Centrepiece of Ford's stand at the Geneva Motor Show is the 1.6-litre Ecoboost Fiesta ST200, a more potent version of the current ST.
Citroën, Peugeot and Toyota all debut new people carriers. All three are based upon their van counterparts, as a result of a joint brand programme.
The global unveiling of the Optima Sportswagon leads a trio of Kia debuts at Geneva that the brand’s believes will significantly widen its market share.
European audiences get their first chance to see two all-new models from Infiniti at the Geneva show, along with a significantly revamped one.
Ferrari is debuting its GTC4Lusso at the Geneva show, which is the first combination of four-wheel steering and four-wheel drive applied to a Ferrari model.
Alfa Romeo’s full Giulia range is revealed at the Geneva show, joining the range-topping Quadrifoglio version that debuted in 2015.