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The 2008 Highlander is based on the current Camry and Avalon platforms, and follows the theme of "Smart In/Strong Out" (smart on the inside, strong on the outside). The Calty-designed Highlander features an "intelligent and advanced" look and feel on the interior with "tough and rugged" styling cues on the exterior.
Given how sharp PSA have been at spotting new trends and getting in fast - for example Coupe Cabrios, the Berlingo Multivan, superb diesels or innovative use of glass - it's surprising how slow they've been to offer a decent SUV, one of the fastest growing sectors in the last 5 years.
This is the international debut of the second generation Smart ForTwo, an evolutionary development of one of the most unique production cars in the world.
This is a straightforward redesign that keeps the essence of the old Fabia design, in the same way that the new Octavia did with its predecessor a couple of years ago.
Designed in Toyota's ED2 studio in Nice, the Hybrid X is said to propose a new design language for their hybrid models. Interior designer, Laurent Bouzige, says: "Hybrid X is conceived as a multi-sensory experience.
At last year's Geneva show Renault presented the Altica concept car, a four seat, three door sports estate car.
Vadho is an unusual sports concept car that places its two occupants in tandem on the left side within a clear canopy, next to a BMW hydrogen powertrain on the right side.
The i30 is one of the most significant new cars launched at Geneva. Replacing the Accent, this car is the first to properly target the heartland of Europe's car sector: the C-sector as defined by the Golf.
The Mazda 2 has an unusual series of predecessors - the 121 went from a conservative and short but functionally innovative hatch, to an unusual curvy sedan, to a badge engineered Ford Fiesta.
James Bond might have picked up a new Mondeo as an airport rental last year, but for the rest of the world Geneva was the first time we'd seen the car.