At last week's Geneva auto show, we posted photos and wrote up details of the latest cars and concepts. But if you want to experience the show with an English accent, our CNET U.K. colleagues were on hand as well. Here is a selection of their coverage:
We've got video of the ludicrous Sbarro Orbital Hybrid--the concept vehicle that looks and (probably) performs like a Formula One car, but is actually kind to the environment
Honda, purveyor of the Insight and Civic hybrids, may soon release the CR-Z--an amazing-looking hybrid car that promises good fuel economy, low emissions, and "spirited" performance
Gas-guzzling Hummers are rather passe in this time of belt-tightening and eco-friendly motoring. In this video, we caught up with the company to find out how its latest mini-tank will use biofuel
The Protoscar Lampo is a two-seater cabriolet that charges about on an electrical charge from its two battery motors. And it's rather quick.
The Nissan Cube has softened its Borg-style design cues to head for European shores. It still keeps the cool asymmetric rear window though
Nissan's Connect music-integration system is making its debut in the Note and Micra, turning these cars into iPod docks on wheels. Just remember to keep your eyes on the road
Check out more Geneva auto show coverage from CNET U.K.