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Geneva motor show 2012: CAR's A-Z review

Published: 08 March 2012

     
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Welcome to CAR's landing page for the 2012 Geneva motor show at Palexpo in Switzerland. We'll be reporting live from the Geneva auto show with news, reviews, blogs, picture galleries, video and more. Come back to this motor show homepage for all developments on Monday 5, Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 March 2012 and follow the CAR Live Blog for real-time news reports. Use our handy A-Z and logos here to keep track on all the world debuts and launches at the 2012 Geneva motor show.

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AC 378 GT Zagato - built in South Africa, Italian design, all British?

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ASTON MARTIN V12 Zagato production car mixes Aston bark with Italian brio

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AUDI A3: it's all change for Audi's even pricier Golf 

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AUDI RS4 Avant V8 estate adds RS5 powertrain to goody-two-shoes wagon 

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BENTLEY EXP 9 F SUV: one of the sure show shockers, as Bentley veers off road 

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BMW M135i, kinda like a halfway house between full M and wannabe sporty

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BMW M6 coupe and convertible - the two-door M5s

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BMW X6 M50d and range facelift for whole X6 family  

   

BUGATTI Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse - world's fastest cabrio, not a Rover ok?

   

CHEVROLET Tru 140S and Code 130R - fresh from Detroit, now popping in to Geneva

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CITROEN DS4 Racing - now they're talking... New high-power hot hatch shows promise

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CITROEN C4 Aircross - the new baby SUV co developed with Mitubishi

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DACIA Lodgy - the cheap MPV from Romania

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FERRARI F12 Berlinetta - show stopper alert! It's the new 599

   

FERRARI California Handling Speciale - dynamic chassis mods for Fezzer's CC

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FIAT 500L - the more practical, five-door 500

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FORD B-Max complete with pillarless sliding doors

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FORD Fiesta ST - and this is the 178bhp production one

   

FORD Focus ST hot hatch pops up in Geneva too

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FORD Kuga: now in European trim, complete with bigger boot

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HONDA CR-V crossover in European debut

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HONDA NSX - already unveiled at Detroit, next stop Geneva

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HYUNDAI i-Oniq concept car mixes a dash of Nissan 350Z with a dose of future design detail

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HYUNDAI i20 facelift dons latest family look

   

HYUNDAI i30 Wagon - the more practical Golf rival 

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HYUNDAI Veloster Turbo finally rocks up ready to play in Europe

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INFINITI Emerg-e - a hybrid sports car to rival Alfa Romeo 4C

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JAGUAR XF Sportbrake - Jag's second ever estate 

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KIA Ceed - the Mk2 Euro hatch bows in

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KIA Track'ster - what a hot hatch Soul would look like

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LAMBORGHINI Aventador J - a barchetta, roofless Lambo

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LAND ROVER Range Rover Evoque Convertible - shock production-intent decapitation

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LOTUS Exige S Roadster - a cabrio of the coupe of the roadster. Eh?

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MASERATI Granturismo Sport - adding more brute to existing beauty

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MAZDA Takeri concept - first official visit to Europe at Geneva show debut

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MERCEDES A-class goes Golf hunting - longer, lower, different kettle of fish

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MITSUBISHI Outlander returns in production trim

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MINI Countryman dons John Cooper Works sportswear for first time

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MINI Clubvan - the new kinda Mini for posh white van men

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NISSAN Invitation - the future Nissan Note?

   

NISSAN Juke Nismo shows how to muscle up

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NISSAN Hi-Cross concept due on Tuesday points to new X-Trail 

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PEUGEOT 208 GTI concept points to 2013 return of the hot hatch

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PORSCHE Boxster - it's on the cover of CAR's March issue. Gorgeous, no?

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RENAULT Zoe EV - it's the production car and it'll cost just £13,650

   

RINSPEED Dock + Go - a typically bonkers effort from hometown Geneva inventors

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ROLLS-ROYCE Phantom Series II - aka a facelift for that most regal of cars, the Phantom limo

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SEAT Toledo - it's a production-ready concept signalling Toledo switches to hatchback

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SKODA Citigo - first official pictures of the five-door city car

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SSANGYONG XIV concept - a Range Rover Evoque cabrio from the East 

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SUBARU BRZ - wake us up when the Scooby actually arrives!

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SUZUKI G70 concept surprise and range extender Swift 

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TATA Megapixel - clever city car from India but for Europe

   

TOYOTA GT-86 - after a long wait, finally 2012's big sports car comes to Europe

   

TOYOTA Yaris hybrid - now the Prius tech is trickling down to the supermini segment

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TOYOTA FT-BH is coming to Europe show

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TOYOTA NS4 is Japanese pioneer's latest plug-in hybrid effort

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VAUXHALL Astra VXR adds punch to slinky three-door coupe bodystyle 

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VAUXHALL Mokka makes debut - it's GM's new smaller SUV for Europe

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VOLVO V40 makes world premiere in Switzerland

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VW Cross Coupe, now in Euro-focused hybrid spec - with 157mpg!

   

VW Up 5dr - the Upsized city car bows in at Geneva motor show 2012

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VW Polo Blue GT - a new, cleaner kind of warm hatch

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VW Golf GTi cabriolet is late addition to Mk6 Golf hot hatch range

     
     
     
     
     
   
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