Geneva Motor Show

The Geneva International Motor Show is an annual auto show held in March in the Swiss city of Geneva. The show is hosted at the Palexpo, a convention centre located next to the Geneva Cointrin International Airport. The Salon is organised by the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles, and is considered an important major international auto show.[1]

First held in 1905, the Salon has hosted almost all major internal combustion engined models in the history of the automobile, along with benzene- and steam-powered cars from the beginning of the century. Exotic supercars often steal the spotlight during their debuts at the show. Prototypes, new equipment, technical breakthroughs, international partnerships, as well as political and social debates, have been announced at the exhibition. The show is regarded as a level playing field for the world's automakers, aided by the fact Switzerland lacks an auto industry of its own.[2]

Geneva International Motor Show
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The International Geneva Motor Show (6 March 2008)
StatusActive
GenreAuto show
FrequencyAnnually
Location(s)Geneva
CountrySwitzerland
Years active1905–present
Websitehttps://www.gims.swiss/en/

Sections

Areas of the show:

  1. Motor cars 3 or 4 or more wheels.
  2. Electric cars and alternative powered cars.
  3. Special bodywork for motor cars, car design, engineering.
  4. Converted cars (tuners).
  5. Accessories and parts for motor cars
  6. OEM : original equipment manufacturers
  7. Workshop installations for the repair and maintenance of motor cars
  8. Miscellaneous products and services related to the car industry
  9. Animation / Attractions.

International Advanced Mobility Forum

The International Advanced Mobility Forum is the Geneva Motor Show forum on the mobility of the future.[3]

2010s

2019

The 89th Geneva Motor Show was held between 7 and 17 March 2019.

Production cars

Porsche 992 Cabrio, GIMS 2019, Le Grand-Saconnex (GIMS0147)
Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabrio
ABT e-Transporter, GIMS 2019, Le Grand-Saconnex (GIMS9978)
Abt e-Transporter

Concept cars

Aston Martin AM-RB 003, GIMS 2019, Le Grand-Saconnex (GIMS1090)
Aston Martin AM-RB 003
The Citroenist Concept, GIMS 2019, Le Grand-Saconnex (GIMS0589)
The Citroënist Concept
Vinfast Lux V8 Genf 2019 1Y7A5702
Vinfast Lux V8 at Geneva Motor Show 2019
Cupra Formentor Genf 2019 1Y7A5951
Cupra Formentor

2018

The 88th Geneva Motor Show was held on 8 to 18 March 2018.

Production cars

Concept cars

2017

The 87th Geneva Motor Show was held from 9 to 19 March 2017.

Production cars

Concept cars

2016

The 86th Geneva Motor Show was held from 3 to 13 March 2016.

Production cars

Concept cars

2015

The 85th Geneva Motor Show was held from 5 to 15 March 2015.

Production cars

Concept cars

2014

The 84th Geneva Motor Show was held from 6 to 16 March 2014.

Production cars

Concept cars

2013

The 83rd Geneva Motor Show was held from 5 to 17 March 2013.[159]

Production cars

Concept cars

2012

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Two Audis presented at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, the A6 allroad quattro and the RS4 Avant
2012-03-07 Motorshow Geneva 4370
Peugeot 208 at Geneva 2012

The 82nd edition was held from 8 to 18 March 2012.

Production cars

Concept cars

2011

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Geneva Motor Show March 2011

The 2011 edition was held from 3 to 13 March 2011.

Production cars

Concept cars

2010

The 80th edition of the Geneva Motor Show was held from 4–14 March 2010. Over 80 introductions were expected for the show.[226] Press days for the show started on 2 March 2010, when most of the major introductions occurred.

Production cars

Concept cars

2000s

2009

The 2009 Geneva Motor Show was held from 5–15 March 2009. The following vehicles were introduced:

Production cars

Concept cars

2008

The 2008 Geneva Motor Show was held from 6–16 March 2008. The following vehicles were introduced:

Production cars

Concept cars

Espace X80 Genève
the Espace X80

2007

The following were scheduled to be introduced at the 2007 Geneva Auto Show:[259]

Production cars

Concept cars

In addition, Subaru introduced its new boxer diesel engine, and Honda showed its next generation clean diesel engine.

Alternative propulsion section

2006

The following introductions were featured at the 2006 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

2005

The following introductions were made at the 2005 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

2004

The following introductions were made from 4 to 14 March 2004 at the Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

2003

The following introductions were made at the 2003 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

2002

The following introductions were made at the 2002 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

2001

The following major introductions were made at the 2001 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

2000

The following introductions were made at the 2000 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

1990s

1999

The following concepts and major launches featured at the 1999 Geneva show:[265]

Production cars

Concept cars

1998

The following concepts and major launches featured at the 1998 Geneva show:[267]

Production cars

Concept cars

1997

The following introductions were made at the 1997 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

1996

The following introductions were made at the 1996 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

1995

The following introductions were made at the 1995 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

1994

The following introductions were made at the 1994 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

1993

The following introductions were made at the 1993 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

1992

The following introductions were made at the 1992 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

1991

The following introductions were made at the 1991 Geneva show:

Production cars

Concept cars

1990

The following introductions were made at the 1990 Geneva show:

Concept cars

1980s

1989

The following introductions were made at the 1989 Geneva show:

1988

The following introductions were made at the 1988 Geneva show:

1987

The following introductions were made at the 1987 Geneva show:

1986

The following introductions were made at the 1986 Geneva show:

1985

The following introductions were made at the 1985 Geneva show:

1984

The following introductions were made at the 1984 Geneva show:

1983

The following introductions were made at the 1983 Geneva show: [273]

1982

The following introductions were made at the 1982 Geneva show: [275]

1981

The following introductions were made at the 1981 Geneva show: [277]

1980

The following introductions were made at the 1980 Geneva show:

1970s

1979

The following introductions were made at the 1979 Geneva show:

1978

The following introductions were made at the 1978 Geneva show: [278]

1977

The following introductions were made at the 1977 Geneva show:

1976

The following introductions were made at the 1976 Geneva show:

1975

The following introductions were made at the 1975 Geneva show:

1974

The following introductions were made at the 1974 Geneva show:

1973

The following introductions were made at the 1973 Geneva show:

1972

The following introductions were made at the 1972 Geneva show:

1971

The following introductions were made at the 1971 Geneva show:[285]

1970

The following introductions were made at the 1970 Geneva show:

1960s

1969

The following introductions were made at the 1969 Geneva show:

1968

The following introductions were made at the 1968 Geneva show:

1967

The following introductions were made at the 1967 Geneva show:

1966

The following introductions were made at the 1966 Geneva show:

1965

The following introductions were made at the 1965 Geneva show:

1964

The following introductions were made at the 1964 Geneva show:

1963

The following introductions were made at the 1963 Geneva show:

1962

The following introductions were made at the 1962 Geneva show:

1961

The following introductions were made at the 1961 Geneva show:

1960

The following introductions were made at the 1960 Geneva show:

1950s

1959

The following introductions were made at the 1959 Geneva show:

1958

The following introductions were made at the 1958 Geneva show:

1957

The following introductions were made at the 1957 Geneva show:

1956

The following introductions were made at the 1956 Geneva show:

1955

The following introductions were made at the 1955 Geneva show:

1954

The following introductions were made at the 1954 Geneva show:

1953

The following introductions were made at the 1953 Geneva show:

1952

The following introductions were made at the 1952 Geneva show:

1951

The following introductions were made at the 1951 Geneva show:

1950

The following introductions were made at the 1950 Geneva show:

1940s

1949

The following introductions were made at the 1949 Geneva show:

1947

The following introductions were made at the 1947 Geneva show:

1920s

Le Salon de l’automobile au Bâtiment électoral - 3, Genève, 1924

Geneva Motor Show in 1924

Le Salon de l’automobile au Bâtiment électoral, 1925

Geneva Motor Show in 1925

See also

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Alfa Romeo Gloria

The Alfa Romeo Gloria is a concept compact executive car made by the Italian car manufacturer Alfa Romeo. It was first shown to the public at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2013. Unusually, the concept was designed by 20 students of transportation design at the European Design Institute of Turin.

Audi Pop.Up Next

Audi Pop.Up Next is a conceptual unmanned flying electric vehicle that can move both on the ground and through the air of the joint development of the German automaker Audi AG, the Airbus company, and the company that designs Italdesign Giugiaro. It was first presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 2018.

Citroën DS Inside

The Citroën DS Inside is a concept car which was unveiled by Citroën on February 5, 2009 at the Geneva Motor Show. It is a prefiguration of the new luxury DS (Different Spirit) range of Citroën. The range will include three models, the first one, the DS 3, is sold from May 2010 and it is derived from the DS Inside.

This range of vehicle will share no common feature with and be in no way the successor of the legendary Citroën DS.

Citroën Technospace

The Citroën Technospace is a concept car designed by the French car manufacturer Citroën and announced at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2013.It forms the basis of the second generation Citroën C4 Picasso, and is the first model to use the new modular "Efficient Modular Platform 2" (EMP2) platform.

DS 7 Crossback

The DS 7 Crossback is a compact luxury crossover SUV from the French automaker DS Automobiles. The vehicle was presented for the first time on 28 February 2017, and its public premiere at the 87th Geneva Motor Show in March 2017. The SUV, like the Peugeot 5008 II and the Citroën C5 Aircross, is based on the EMP2 platform of Groupe PSA. Though not the first SUV for and from the brand (see DS 6), it is the first for Europe.

Ferrari F8 Tributo

The Ferrari F8 Tributo is a mid-engine sports car produced by the Italian automobile manufacturer Ferrari. The car is an update to the 488 with notable exterior and performance changes. It was unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.

Ferrari Modulo

The Ferrari 512S Modulo is a concept sports car designed by Paolo Martin of the Italian carozzeria Pininfarina, unveiled at the 1970 Geneva Motor Show.

Kia Sportspace

The Kia Sportspace is a concept car developed by Kia Motors Europe and showcased at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Kia Sportspace the four seater concept car was made to make long journeys more comfortable. The concept car was designed at the company's Frankfurt design studio.

List of Lamborghini concept vehicles

The following is a list of concept automobiles that carry the name of Italian automaker Lamborghini, listed in chronological order of their presentation.

For a list of Lamborghini production vehicles, please see List of Lamborghini automobiles.

List of Opel concept cars

German automaker Opel has shown several concept cars since 1965.

Opel Twin

The Opel Twin is an Opel prototype electric car. The Twin premiered at the Geneva Motor Show in 1992.

Qoros

Qoros Auto Co., Ltd. is an automotive manufacturing company headquartered in Shanghai, China. Its principal activity is the design, development, production and sale of passenger cars sold under the Qoros marque.

Qoros Automotive Company was registered as a joint venture company in Wuhu, Anhui Province, China in December 2007. It develops vehicles that are differentiated in their design, safety, and connected services and that exhibit international standards of quality. In December 2017, structure of shareholders of Qoros had a fundamental change, it ushered in a strategic investor Baoneng Group, who secured a 51 percent stake in Qoros for 6.6 billion RMB.. Accordingly, remained stake of Qoros belongs to Chery and Quantum LLC, an American company.

The first production model, the Qoros 3, made its first public appearance at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2013 and went on sale in China in November 2013.

Renault Captur

Renault Captur is the name of two different subcompact crossovers manufactured by the French automaker Renault. The production version of the first one, based on the B platform, made its debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and started to be marketed in France during April 2013. The Captur Concept was first shown at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.

In Russia, a different and longer car, based on the B0 platform, with the same styling as the first but an extended wheelbase, greater ground clearance and four-wheel-drive has been available as the Renault Kaptur since March 2016. A localised version of the same car has been offered with both front and four wheel drive in Brazil since the beginning of 2017, being badged as the Renault Captur. This model was also introduced to India in November 2017.

Renault Wind

The Renault Wind was a two seater roadster by the French automobile manufacturer Renault. The Wind was originally a concept car unveiled on September 2004 at the Paris Motor Show as a 2+1 roadster. On February 2, 2010, Renault announced that the Wind would enter production. It was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show on March 2, 2010.

The production version was a two seater, as opposed to the 2+1 seating of the concept car. In February 2012, Renault retired the Wind, Espace, Kangoo, Modus, and Laguna lines in the United Kingdom. For Continental Europe, the Wind remained available until June 2013. The Gordini edition, No. 6 was the only Wind that featured aerials.

Renault Zo

The Renault Zo is an open top car from Renault which was introduced in 1998 at the Geneva motor show.

Rinspeed

Rinspeed is a Swiss automobile manufacturer and tuning designer. It specialises in restoring classic cars, and tuning and modifying modern cars such as Porsches and Subarus. Since 1991, they have also designed exotic concept and special vehicles for the Geneva Motor Show and other car shows each year, but do not enter into production.

Rinspeed was founded in 1979 by Frank Rinderknecht.

SEAT Ateca

SEAT Ateca is a compact crossover vehicle (CUV) manufactured by Spanish automaker SEAT. It is also the successor to the SEAT Altea. The Ateca debuted as a concept vehicle, the SEAT IBX, at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, followed by the SEAT 20v20 Concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.The car is named after the Spanish town of Ateca, in Aragon.As part of Volkswagen's policy of making similar models with shared platforms in the same factory, the Ateca is produced at Škoda's production facility in Kvasiny, alongside the Škoda Karoq. The top of the range model is the Xcellence.

This model boasts leather seats, an 8 inch touchscreen, 18 inch alloy wheels and a drive setting wheel, which lets you choose from sport, normal, eco, individual, off road and snow. Mid range is the SE version, and the bottom of the range is the S version.

Vignale

Vignale was an Italian automobile coachbuilder company. Carrozzeria Alfredo Vignale was established in 1948 at Via Cigliano, Turin by Alfredo Vignale (1913–69) in Grugliasco, near Turin (Torino).

The first body on a Fiat 500 Topolino base was made in 1948, followed by a special Fiat 1100. Most customers were Italian firms such as Cisitalia, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Fiat, Maserati, Lancia.

In 1952, Vignale collaborated with Briggs Cunningham to jointly produce the Continental C-3. In 1968, Vignale designed the body of Tatra 613.

Vignale designed and built cars, usually low volume variants of the main production cars of these automobile manufacturers. Amongst them were 850, Samantha, Eveline and the Vignale Gamine, based on the Fiat 500.A close cooperation was maintained with Giovanni Michelotti.

Vignale was taken over by De Tomaso in 1969 who already owned Carrozzeria Ghia. Shortly after selling, Alfredo Vignale died in a car crash. Both coachbuilder firms were sold to Ford in 1973 but the Vignale brand was discontinued.

At the 1993 Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin, at the time owned by Ford, produced a concept car called Lagonda Vignale. Ford then used the Vignale name in the Ford Focus Vignale concept car introduced at the 2004 Paris Motor Show, however the production model was named as Ford Focus Coupé-Cabriolet.

In September 2013, Ford of Europe announce plans to resurrect the Vignale name as an upscale luxury sub-brand of Ford. The cars will be visually distinct from regular Ford products and have an improved dealership experience. Exclusive services, such as free lifetime car washes, will be offered as well. The first Ford model to receive the Vignale name will be the 2015 Ford Mondeo.

On 1 March 2016 Ford of Europe announced a Kuga Vignale Concept vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show. where the company also announced the line-up of Vignale products, Ford S-Max Vignale, Ford Edge Vignale and Ford Mondeo Vignale five-door models debut alongside Ford Kuga Vignale Concept, offering a vision of the future of upscale SUVs as well as revealing Vignale Ambassadors and the signature Vignale collection

Volkswagen Phideon

The Volkswagen Phideon (Chinese: 輝昂; pinyin: Huī áng) is a mid-size luxury sedan manufactured by the German automobile manufacturer Volkswagen, described by Volkswagen as their "premium class" vehicle. Introduced at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the Phideon is aimed at the Chinese market.The Phideon features the new Active Info Display which replaced the conventional instrument cluster, and chauffeur mode which allows passengers to send content to the infotainment system. Sales in China officially started in July 2016.

A Plug-in hybrid version was launched in 2017.

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