Here’s a re-cap of some of the new cars displayed at the Geneva motor show.
Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3
Presented at the Geneva motor show in matt grey paintwork, and features a widened body, large air intakes a new diffuser and a prominent rear spoiler.
2016 Volkswagen Touran
New 2016 Volkswagen Touran, with two petrol and three diesel engines. This new Touran not only maximises existing space, but is also 12cm longer than the current Touran - plus the wheelbase has been stretched by 11cm.
MINI Countryman Park Lane model
Set to go on sale in July, the face lifted MINI Countryman comes in a unique range of exterior colours and interior trims, and will be available with a choice of four engines and either front or four-wheel drive.
SEAT 20V20 concept car
New large crossover previews Seat’s next design language and a new model the firm hopes to have in production for 2020.
2015 Honda NSX
European version of the Honda NSX revealed at the Geneva motor show. Set to go on sale in late 2015.
Facelifted BMW 1 Series
Revised 1 Series range features 322bhp M135i hot hatchback, while the rest of the line-up gets new three-cylinder engine options.
Audi Prologue Avant concept car
The two Prologue concepts shown at Geneva share a wide, hexagonal grille, angular matrix laser headlights, prominent air ducts decorated with LED graphics, a contoured bonnet and shapely front wings
2015 Audi R8 revealed
The second-generation Audi R8 has been revealed and will go on sale later this year with prices starting from £119,500.
New 2015 Honda Civic Type R
The new Civic Type R, which has made its debut at the Geneva motor show ahead of a July launch. This is the definitive production version of the Honda Civic Type R, the fastest and most powerful front-wheel-drive hot hatch in existence.
2015 Honda Jazz
The new Jazz is 95mm longer than the outgoing car and has a 30mm longer wheelbase, giving it a roomier cabin, and the boot is bigger as well.
Facelifted Range Rover Evoque
2016-model year Evoque SUV gets new LED lights, refreshed styling and new engines, and a new cabriolet version.
Lexus LF-SA concept city car
Despite these compact dimensions, Lexus says that the LF-SA concept is capable of carrying four passengers in a 2+2 seating layout.
The new ŠKODA Superb
It will start from £18,640 for the 1.4-litre petrol engine in entry-level S trim and go up to £34,740 for the faster 276bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine with DSG gearbox when it goes on sale later this year.
VW previews new Passat CC
Unveiled at the Geneva motor show, the new concept is also said to hint at the design of the long-awaited replacement for VW’s range-topping Phaeton saloon