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Remember the Steyr Pinzgauer of the late 1960s? The Mila Alpin is a reinterpretation of that simple 4x4 vehicle and takes the idea for its styling and color scheme from the mountain rock and ice of the Alps.
Bocanegra - the name given to this show car from Seat - means 'black mouth' in Spanish, referring to the blacked-out front of the car. This is essentially a large 'mono-graphic' encompassing the upper grille, the lamps and the broad lower grille.
This is an important new car for Lancia, as the brand has been limping for several years now with a odd range comprising of the small Ypsilon and Musa and the larger Thesis sedan and Phedra MPV.
This second-generation Superb is based on a mildly-lengthened VW Passat platform, with transverse rather than longitudinal engines as before. Walking around the car, there's a slight mixture of character together with odd reminders of several other cars.
The Kia Soul concept was presented nearly two years ago in Seoul. But this new Soul concept car in Geneva is a production preview concept car which closely follows the design theme of its predecessor namesake.
The Quaranta is an environment-friendly, 4WD super sports-car which celebrates 40 years since the founding of Italdesign.
Although launched late last year, this was the first Motor Show debut for Citroën's new mid-size model that competes against the Renault Laguna, Ford Mondeo and VW Passat in Europe's important D-Segment market.
This is a concept car preview of the forthcoming production Meriva, which, like its predecessor, is based on a mix of Corsa and Astra underpinnings. As a compact MPV, the Meriva will fit into the Opel range below the seven-seat Zafira.
We've seen the Verve concept in Frankfurt when Martin Smith told us that this was very close to what we should expect for the new Fiesta. And he was right.
Previewed as the Iroc concept back in 2006, the production Scirocco gives VW Group a new Golf-based coupé that sits below the Audi TT in the line-up.