The unmistakable prancing horse of a new Ferrari peeking through the cover before being officially unveiled. (Reuters/Denis Balibouse) Reuters
The Porsche Spyder 918 on show at a preview day in front of a horde of photographers. (Keystone/EPA/Uli Deck) Keystone
The electrical charging system for a BYD car is shown during the press day. (Keystone/Sandro Campardo) Keystone
Singer Justin Timberlake presents the new Audi A1 at the Geneva show. (Keystone/EPA/Uli Deck) Keystone
The apparently indispensable hostesses of any motor show. (Keystone and Reuters) Keystone
The Bugatti Concept Car Galibier 16 C (Keystone/EPA/Uli Deck) Keystone
The new Toyota Auris Full Hybrid car. (Reuters/Valentin Flauraud) Reuters
The New Mini Cooper under close scrutiny of the camera lens. (Keystone/Sandro Campardo) Keystone
A Peugeot hostess poses with miniature cars. (Keystone/Sandro Campardo) Keystone
The Concept Car Citroën DS4 High Rider. (EPA/Sandro Campardo) Keystone
Mark Adams, Opel Chief Designer, presents the new Opel Flextreme GT/E Concept Car. (Photopress/Jean-Luc Barmaverain) Keystone
These boots are made for walking...but probably not very far with those heels. Behind them and hidden under covers is an Abarth Punto EVO. (Keystone/Martial Trezzini) Keystone
Geneva Motor Show highlights what's new and evolving.
Geneva's "Autosalon" is renowned for attracting car makers and the public from near and far. The 80th exhibition features around 100 world and European premiers in the "saloon sector" alone. There's a growing number of environment-friendly cars but there are still plenty on display that guzzle the petrol.
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