Skoda has been providing a glimpse of its SUV future at this week’s Geneva Motor Show with the VisionS concept car. The VisionS shows the direction the company will adopt with a new SUV which it will slot into its range above the Yeti later this year.
Hyundai has been showing off a new model to compete with hybrids like the Toyota Prius and electric cars such as the Nissan Leaf.
Vauxhall’s new British-built Astra has been named European Car of the Year 2016 on the eve of the Geneva Motor Show. The award was decided by 58 leading European automotive journalists.
Audi has unveiled a new Q7 e-tron plug-in hybrid in advance of next week’s Geneva Motor Show. UK prices are set to start in the region of £65,000 when the car goes on sale here in May.
Renault is poised to introduce a new-generation Scenic. Groupe Renault’s Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn and the Group’s SVP Corporate Design Laurens van den Acker will unveil the new Scenic on March 1 at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
Mazda is introducing a new 99g/km SKYACTIV-D 1.5-powered version of the Mazda3 at the Geneva Motor Show in March
Honda has announced that the Civic Hatchback Prototype will receive its global premiere at Geneva Motor Show in March
Citroen’s SpaceTourer MPV will make its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The all-diesel model range is based on a new modular platform and will be aimed at both family and business users.
Infiniti will be presenting its new QX30 premium active crossover at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The company says the all-new QX30 boasts a purposeful, elevated appearance that makes a bold visual statement, joining the Q30 as part of Infiniti’s new premium compact model line-up, reflecting the ‘Powerful Elegance’ design approach that guided the original QX30 concept.
Skoda has released the first sketches of its forthcoming VisionS concept car. The VisionS will first be seen in the metal at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show.