Bugatti Chiron

Bugatti Chiron

Lexus LC 500h

DS E-Tense Concept

DS E-Tense Concept

Rimac Concept S

Rimac Concept S

Tesla Model X

NanoFlowcell Quantino

Mansory Bentley Continental

Skoda VisionS

Italdesign GT Zero

Citroen E-Mehari

Citroen E-Mehari

Citroen SpaceTourer Hyphen

Citroen SpaceTourer Hyphen

Hyundai Ioniq

Hyundai Ioniq

Toyota C-HR

Volvo V90

Maserati Levante

Maserati Levante

Subaru XV Crosstrek Concept

Techrules TREV

BMW M760Li

Aston Martin DB11

Aston Martin DB11

Audi Q2

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Convertible

Lamborghini Centenario

Lamborghini Centenario

Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport

Ferrari GTC4Lusso

Ferrari GTC4Lusso

Abarth 124 Rally

Abarth 124 Rally

Abarth 124 Spider

Abarth 124 Spider

Lamborghini Huracan Avio

Lamborghini Huracan Avio

Lamborghini Centenario

Lamborghini Centenario

Kia Optima Sportswagon GT

Kia Optima Sportswagon GT

Larte Design Black Crystal V-Class

Larte Design Black Crystal V-Class

Mazda RX Vision concept

Nimrod Lemons

The star of this year's Geneva auto show has to be the Bugatti Chiron, the successor to the Veyron. The Chiron uses a similar 8-liter W-16 engine as the Veyron, but a new turbocharging system brings horsepower to 1,500. However, zero to 62 mph times remain at 2.5 seconds.

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Strong design elements make the Chiron an automotive work of art. Bugatti will only build 500 examples, and sell them for $2.6 million each.

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Lexus follows up the LC 500 sports car it showed off at the 2016 Detroit auto show with this, a hybrid version designed for sport performance.

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DS, a Citroen brand, comes to Geneva with an electric sports car concept.

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Unlike many other concept cars, this is a fully functional vehicle that's ready for the road.

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Croation company Rimac Automobili brings its high-tech super car, the Concept S, to Geneva. This electric car boasts 1,328 pound-feet of torque, giving it a zero to 62 mph time of 2.5 seconds.

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The electric drivetrain of the Concept S incorporates what Rimac calls its All-Wheel Torque Vectoring system, using individual control of the electric propulsion at all wheels for better handling.

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Tesla introduces its Model X SUV, its newest model, to the European public.

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NanoFlowcell is working to bring an innovative electric drive system to market, showing off its latest development car the Quantino. Instead of a battery pack, the NanoFlowcell system uses an ionic fluid, allowing electric cars to be refueled similar to gasoline cars.

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Mansory, never one to shy away from styling that borders on ludicrous, rolled out this white-and-gold Bentley Continental during the Geneva show.

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This concept car from Skoda shows the company is looking at building a plug-in hybrid SUV.

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Italian automotive designer Italdesign brings a new type of gran turismo car to the Geneva Motor Show.

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Citroen's E-Mehari is a new-age electric beachcomber.

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It's set to go on sale in France this spring.

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This funky van gets its name from the band Hyphen Hyphen, who collaborated with Citroen on the car's design.

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The SpaceTourer Hyphen is powered by a 150-horsepower diesel engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

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Hyundai's Ioniq is the company's first dedicated EV platform.

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Three variants will be on offer -- a traditional gas-electric hybrid, a plug-in hybrid and a full-on EV.

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Toyota's new subcompact crossover blends a Prius platform with a funky face. It was once a Scion, but Scion has since kicked the bucket.

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Volvo's S90 adds some junk into its trunk, and the result is the V90 station wagon.

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The Maserati Levante is the brand's first-ever SUV, and not a moment too soon.

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Several of its features, including its ubiquitous portholes and triangular-ish taillights, are reminiscent of other Maserati vehicles.

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Subaru's XV Crosstrek concept presages a forthcoming updated ute -- but don't expect it to appear in production looking anything like this.

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Chinese company Techrules' TREV mates a turbine to electric motors for a long-range EV with an absurd amount of power.

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Have you ever wanted a BMW 7 Series with 610 horsepower and a 189-mph top speed? Well then, the M760Li will be right up your alley.

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James Bond would be proud of Aston's latest DB, the DB11.

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With a 5.2-liter V-12 cranking out 600 horsepower, it'll reach 62 mph in 3.9 seconds before hitting its top speed of 200 mph.

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Audi's latest crossover is the Q2, a diminutive ute with six different powertrain options, not counting a forthcoming plug-in hybrid.

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Mercedes-Benz's C-Class Convertible keeps things traditional, looking like its much larger sibling, the S-Class Convertible.

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Lamborghini's Centenario was built to celebrate the 100th birthday of the company's founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini.

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Don't expect to see them everywhere -- Lamborghini's building just 20 coupes and 20 roadsters.

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Chevrolet's Corvette Grand Sport is, more or less, a Z06 without the supercharger.

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Ferrari's GTC4Lusso replaces the FF shooting brake with an evolutionary, not revolutionary update.

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The GTC4Lusso packs a 6.3-liter V-12 engine, good for 680 brake horsepower.

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The Abarth tuning wing of Fiat came out punching with this rally racing prototype based on the Fiat 124 Spider.

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In addition to being outfitted with everything you'd need to complete a rally stage, it's also packing a 300-horsepower 1.8-liter engine.

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The production model Abarth 124 Spider looks tame by comparison with its 170 horsepower 1.4-liter turbocharged heart.

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The Spider's hood and trunklid get the matte black treatment to reduce glare while racing into the sunset.

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Lamborghini's Huracan Avio, pictured on the right, features a satin blue color scheme and appearance upgrades inspired by Italian Air Force livery.

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Only 250 examples of the Avio appearance package will be built.

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Not exclusive enough? Only see 40 examples of the all-carbon fiber Lamborghini Centenario will ever see production.

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Packing a 770 horsepower V-12 engine, the Centenario celebrates 100 years since the birth of Ferruccio Lamborghini.

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The smoothly styled Kia Optima Sportswagon will be the brand's first ever mid-sized tourer.

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Wagons being an important vertical in the European market, it's important that Kia make this first impression a good one.

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It's not all supercars and exotics here in Geneva. Luxury customizer Larte Design shows us that there's also a place for super vans.

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Based on the Mercedes-Benz V-Class, the Black Crystal is what's known as a "groundliner" with interior appointment on par with a private jet.

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No, this isn't the first appearance of the Mazda RX Vision, but with long and low slung good looks, we're hoping it won't be the last.

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That's not a typo. This highly modified Ferrari 458 Italia by customizer Nimrod is called the Lemons. That probably wouldn't have been my first choice.

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