Geneva Motor Show 2017
Read all about the British car contingent at the Geneva Motor Show. All the best product, opinion and images, brought to you in our own inimitable (and hype-free) style…
AROnline takes a good look at the new Range Rover Velar at the Geneva Motor Show. It looks good in those early press photos, but how does it stand up to closer scrutiny?
Ford unveiled the hot new turbocharged Fiesta ST at Geneva, and then cast a long shadow over it with its popular 1980s forebear, the Mk2 XR2.
Fancy a cut-price Lotus Elise? This new Tata-produced sports car could be the answer to your prayers. Be sure to test drive it first on your XBox, though.
Bentley unveils the EXP12 supercar concept, which hints at a lighter, more efficient future. But will this induction-charged open-top actually make it into production? If it does, will it crack 300 miles on a charge?
McLaren shocked the Geneva motor show with its new 720S supercar. It is faster, lighter and more efficient than the car it replaces – the already brilliant 650S.
The Jaguar I-Pace makes its European debut in eye-searing Photon Red. It’s set for launch in production form before the end of 2017, priced at £65,000-plus.
The British-made 316bhp Honda Civic Type R makes its public debut at the Geneva motor show – and the company already thinks it will be the fastest front-wheel drive car at the Nurburgring.
Morgan has teamed up with Selfridges to sell this bespoke version of its upcoming EV3 electric three-wheeled sports car.
The Eadon Green Black Cuillin is a Geneva surprise. This new grand tourer has been inspired by the 1930s Alfa Romeo 8C 2900, is powered by a 6.0-litre V12, and comes in at an enormous 5.5m in length.
Andrew Elphick visits the 2017 Geneva motor show, and gives us his sideway view on this most prestigious of automotive events. It’s hard to ignore the impact the Velar made.
Keith Adams stumbles across a cache of gorgeous Monteverdis in Geneva, and remembers why he loves old cars as much as he does. It felt as if these 1970s icons far too easily showed the way to the moderns…