CNET covers the new models and concept cars shown off at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show.
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The 2014 Geneva auto show delivered plenty of automotive eye candy. Join CNET for a tour of the top videos from the show floor.
During this past season of international auto shows, automakers showed off their newest cars in cities from Detroit to Geneva. But we love the concept cars best, as they show what car designers could do with the regulatory and marketing gloves removed.
Bulky car seats for babies and young children may one day be replaced with inflatable versions that squish down for portability.
The car-maker's 'transparent bonnet' uses cameras and a head-up display to turn the front of your car effectively see-through, giving you a view beneath your auto.
At the 2014 Geneva auto show, automakers' design teams strut their stuff, bringing out concept cars that may herald a new production model, or just serve to get the public's attention.
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Toyota has unveiled the FV2 concept vehicle, a hands-free sort of bicycle-Segway-car hybrid that can read your emotions.
Renault has announced a concept car that has its own drone, so you can check out the traffic up ahead from the comfort of the driver's seat.
Toyota unveiled its FT-1 concept car at the 2014 Detroit auto show, marking a sea change in its styling.