The 90th edition of the GIMS (Geneva International Motor Show), which was supposed to welcome the media from next Monday and the general public from 5 to 15 March 2020, will now not take place. This follows a decision of the Swiss Federal Council of 28 February 2020 that no events with more than 1,000 people are allowed to take place until 15 March 2020. The decision falls 3 days before the opening of the exhibition to the media.
Hyundai Motor Company will unveil its new concept EV, “Prophecy”, expressing the company’s latest design language, at the upcoming Geneva International Motor Show, on March 3, 2020. The concept will remain on display until March 15. In line with Hyundai’s “Sensuous Sportiness” design philosophy, the new concept “embodies a beautiful silhouette accentuated by graceful curves flowing over broad rear flanks that provide excellent aerodynamics”. The boat-tail line created by the rear quarter panels is complemented by the integrated spoiler and pixel lamp taillights.
Kia Motors has revealed the first official images of the new Kia Sorento today, ahead of its first public appearance at the 2020 Geneva International Motor Show. The company says that the concept of ‘refined boldness’ inspired its designers, who ‘sought to maintain the robust, tough-looking aesthetic of earlier generations of Sorento, while applying a greater degree of refinement and elegance’.
Volkswagen will celebrate the world première of the Golf GTD at the Geneva International Motor Show from 5 to 15 March. Among the technical highlights is the most powerful and thanks to twin dosing cleanest turbo diesel injection (TDI) engine ever to be installed in a Golf.