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2018 Geneva Motor Show 3

These 35 cars dominated the 2018 Geneva Motor Show Part 3

By Benjamin Zhang From Business Insider

The Geneva Motor Show is the first major European car show of 2018.

It will be packed with the latest offerings from Audi, Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lexus, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Volvo, and VW.

The show was open to the public from March 8 to the 18 at the Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland.

The 2018 Geneva Motor Show was he first major European car show of the year. Usually, Geneva is a big to do. Car makers pulled out all the stops to show off their latest and greatest.

Aston Martin CEO Dr. Andy Palmer offered up a spot on description of the show when he said, “Geneva is a highlight of the industry calendar and a motor show with a rich history and great atmosphere.”

And what rich atmosphere it is.

The world’s top brands were there. From Ferrari to McLaren and Aston Martin to Bentley, Geneva was be packed with the next generation of exotics. In addition, there was a host of production-ready models from mass-market luxury brands, such as Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Lexus, and BMW.

Rolls Royce
… an updated Dawn convertible.

Mercedes-Benz unveiled a new AMG version of its revamped G-Class SUV as well as …

… an updated C-Class.

The new Mercedes-AMG GT four-door coupe arrived in production guise.

Volvo’s stunning V60 wagon is also making its auto show debut.

At the same time, the public got its first look at the new all-electric offering from Volvo’s performance offshoot, Polestar.

Volkswagen unveiled the new autonomous ID Vizzion concept car.

Toyota gave the public its first look at the next-generation Supra that was co-developed with BMW.

Toyota’s premium division introduced the new UX crossover that will become the smallest member of the Lexus family of SUVs.

Nearly 15 years after its debut, the Maserati Birdcage is still a stunning sight.

Legendary Italian design houses Italdesign and …

… Pininfarina both showed off sleek supercar concepts.

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