Things are drawing to a close here in Geneva, and soon the lovely concepts and exotic hypercars will be rolled away. Before we packed up, CNET's editors took time out to discuss their favorite cars of the show.
See the new models and concept cars shown off at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
This year's Geneva auto show features a cavalcade of extremely high performance, exotic cars, from the 1,500 horsepower hybrid Koenigsegg Regera to the limited edition Aston Martin Vulcan.
At CES 2015, Toyota announced it would make 5,680 patents related to fuel cell drive systems available as a means to help other automakers build fuel cell cars.
The Chinese-made taptic engine, which mimics the sensation of being tapped on the wrist, proved to be defective so Apple switched to a different supplier, according to The Wall Street Journal.
They are cornerstones of the economic, political and social landscape: Part one of a series looks at how these conglomerates -- like Samsung, LG and Hyundai -- saved South Korea from crushing poverty and defined a country's role on the global stage.
Ford's monstrous, 315-horsepower, AWD hot hatch is coming to the US later this year. But first it rolled out on the show floor at the International Motor Show in Geneva.
Environmental organization EMA sponsors a contest to win Toyota's first production fuel-cell vehicle, at $100 per entry.
Toyota has unveiled plans to sell a clean and green hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle in the US next year. CNET talks with a GM exec about the challenge of competing.
Toyota isn't exactly pricing its first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to move. But it does appear to be price competitive with the Tesla Model S.
In addition to a new hydrogen fuel-cell model coming next year, Honda outlines its plans for new battery and hybrid cars by 2018.