► Geneva motor show preview and guide
► Plus an A-Z of all the cars expected
► With quick links to all our full stories
The Geneva motor show is arguably the year's most important motor show, taking place in the neutral confines of Switzerland where no one nation hogs the limelight.
Hosted at the Palexpo Arena next to the city's airport, the Geneva International Motor Show is open to the public from 9-19 March 2017, with two press and trade days on 7-8 March.
Here we round up all the new cars, world debuts and launches expected this spring - and we'll be adding plenty more, as manufacturers confirm their wares in the build-up to March. Think of it as a handy one-stop shop for the Geneva auto show.
So flick through the photo gallery above and read on for our preview guide of what to expect at the motor show in our A-Z listing below.
Every new car expected at the 2017 Geneva motor show: an A-Z preview guide
New sports car (above) One of the most exciting comebacks - Alpine returns this spring
RS3 Sportback First look at the new 400-horsepower Audi hot hatch
Continental Supersports The most powerful Bentley to date blusters in to Geneva
5-series Touring (below) The most practical Five bows in at the Geneva motor show
4-series facelift Minor nip 'n' tuck for BM's big-selling two-door compact exec
C-Aircross Concept Here's what's replacing the C3 Picasso - a baby crossover
Supercar New electric hypercar from Singapore lined up for Geneva debut
EUROPEAN CAR OF THE YEAR
Announcement As usual, COTY will be made public at the Swiss car show
812 Superfast (below) It's the most powerful Ferrari road car - an 800hp V12 coupe
EF7 Vision Gran Turismo Bonkers-sounding, roadgoing 600bhp+ supercar from His Chops
Fiesta Already unveiled, but Geneva will host the motor show premiere for all-new supermini
Civic Type R World debut of new Civic hot hatch at the Geneva motor show
NeuV European debut for fully electric concept car first shown at CES
i30 Wagon Confirmed for Geneva: the new i30 estate will be shown
F-Pace, XE and XF New Ingenium engines, extra safety and comfort kit for heartland Jags
Picanto The teeniest Kia is due to be replaced in Switzerland. Watch out city car class?
Huracan Performante Sant'Agata cooks up an even faster Huracan for this spring
Range Rover Velar (below) Sleeker Range Rover plugs gap between Evoque and Range Sport
Super Series The replacement for the 650S family line is approaching. Full details soon
E63 4Matic+ Estate All-wheel drive and ballistic pace for new E-class hotshot
Maybach G650 Landaulet A chop-top G-wagen with Maybach pimp and AMG muscle!
DNS Not at the 2017 Geneva motor show
Eclipse It’s the Japanese firm’s new Qashqai rival, fitting between ASX and Outlander
Crossover Some as-yet-unidentified crossover news is due, plus future tech announcements
Huayra Roadster They're chopping the top off the sublime Huayra. See it here first
H600 Is this what a Tesla from Italy would look like? We think so...
Panamera Sport Turismo Fancy a Panam estate? You're in luck! New shooting brake is here
GT3 4.0 Hotter, faster GT3 lined up for Geneva. Excited? We are...
Ibiza (above) New supermini arrives at Geneva - and beats the Polo to its own platform!
Kodiaq Scout Burly crossover dons the Allroad-spec look for more rugged appearance
Octavia vRS 245 More power and a modest refresh for popular Czech hot hatch
XV Scooby's oddball is-it-an-estate-is-it-a-crossover thingy is replaced at Swiss show
Swift (below) New supermini is here - with evolved looks and five doors only this time
Tamo A new connected car for the domestic Indian market. No more details yet
GT96 supercar Chinese R&D company will show its new supercar at Palexpo
Yaris Gazoo Hot hatch will join refreshed Yaris range at Geneva. WRC pedigree too!
Insignia Sports Tourer New estate version of slicker, bigger new 'Sig
Arteon (below) A new name for a new kind of VW, sitting above Passat and replacing CC
XC60 Another expected Geneva debutant - it's the mini XC90 crossover Mk2
TS1 GT anniversary spec To mark a decade in business, the Danes plan a 250mph hypercar
Practical information about the Geneva motor show
Where it is: Route François-Peyrot 30, 1218 Le Grand-Saconnex, Geneva, Switzerland
When it's on: 9-19 March 2017 (public days)
Opening times: Monday to Friday 10.00am to 8.00pm, Saturday and Sunday 9.00am to 7.00pm
Ticket costs: Adults CHF 16, children (6 to 16), pensioners and disabled CHF 9
Telephone: +41 22 761 11 11
Official website: http://www.gims.swiss/en/
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