Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept

The Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept gives a potential look at a new generation of Continental.

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Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept

A 12-inch touchscreen runs down the console, while an LCD panel shows the instrument cluster.

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Kia Sportspace

Sporty and spacious, Kia's Sportspace concept for the 2015 Geneva auto show is exactly what's said on the tin.

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Kia Sportspace

Wagons may not be very popular in the States, but they're a massive market for the rest of the world. Kia needs to leave its mark in this space.

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Infiniti QX30 concept

Infiniti took the wraps off its compact SUV concept, the QX30.

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Infiniti QX30 concept

Although the design is unique, there is nothing particularly radical about the QX30's tech, meaning it is unlikely to change much before production early next year.

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ED Torq

Design firm ED bills the Torq as a self-driving race car, and wants automakers to use it to develop autonomous cars.

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Quant F

The new Quant F with Nano Flow Cell technology has a range of 800 km with the help of ionic liquid, powering its electric drive motor.

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Quantino

Quant's little coupe, shown earlier, uses the same ionic liquid technology to drive its electric motor.

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Mitsubishi XR-PHEV II

Mitsubishi describes the XR-PHEV II as a "small urban crossover," a popular type of car in European markets, and it uses a plug-in- hybrid system for efficiency.

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Mitsubishi XR-PHEV II

Unfortunately, the back end of the XR-PHEV II looks too much like the Pontiac Aztek.

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Suzuki iK-2

Although defunct in the US, Suzuki is still selling cars in the rest of the world. The iK-2 is a new platform and an impressive design for a small car.

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Suzuki iM-4

The iM-4 runs a 1.2-liter engine aided by an electric motor, and Suzuki specifies all-wheel-drive for this little concept.

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EDAG Light Cocoon

German engineering company EDAG came up with the Light Cocoon concept, showing off advanced materials in the car's skin.

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EDAG Light Cocoon

The textile exterior shows changing light patterns and colors, and includes an automatic spoiler that doesn't break the exterior skin of the car.

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Volkswagen Sport Coupe GTE

The Sport Coupe is a large, C segment car, and uses a powerful and efficient plug-in hybrid drive system.

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Volkswagen Sport Coupe GTE

Volkswagen envisions this concept syncing with a driver's smartwatch or fitness band, sensing his mood and reacting with appropriate route guidance in navigation.

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Nissan Sway

With Sway, Nissan takes a look at a dynamic hatchback design. LED headlights allow smaller headlight apertures, while Nissan's signature V-Motion grille shows off a more compact treatment.

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Nissan Sway

Instrumentation on the dashboard looks fairly conventional, and the Sway gets a rectangular infotainment screen.

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Lexus LF-SA concept

Measuring just over 11 feet long, the LF-SA concept is a design study in an extremely compact luxury car.

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Lexus LF-SA concept

Lexus exaggerates its current design language in this concept car, and fits the cabin with what it calls a "hologram-style digital display incorporated in the instrument panel."

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Rinspeed Budii

No Geneva auto show would be complete without a concept car from Swiss design shop Rinspeed. This year we have the Budii, based on a BMW i3, with the tag line 'Reach out to robots'.

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Rinspeed Budii

Rinspeed's Budii can drive autonomously, but if a human  wants to take over, a robot arm hands the wheel over to either the right- or left-front passenger.

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