It’s one of the European motor industry’s biggest and most important events. There’s always plenty of cars launched, and a few surprises along the way, too.
Two press days kick off the event on March 7-8th, before the show opens to the public on March 9th. Tickets are available now, from the Show website.
The Geneva Motor Show is held every year at the Geneva Palexpo exposition centre. There’s less than a month until the show begins now, and a large number of cars have already been revealed, or at least teased, ahead of their debut.
We’ve been keeping an eye on all the news, and these are the key cars that will be heading to this year’s Geneva Motor Show.