The Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept gives a potential look at a new generation of Continental.
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A 12-inch touchscreen runs down the console, while an LCD panel shows the instrument cluster.
Sporty and spacious, Kia's Sportspace concept for the 2015 Geneva auto show is exactly what's said on the tin.
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.
Infiniti took the wraps off its compact SUV concept, the QX30.
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.
Design firm ED bills the Torq as a self-driving race car, and wants automakers to use it to develop autonomous cars.
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.
Quant's little coupe, shown earlier, uses the same ionic liquid technology to drive its electric motor.
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.
Unfortunately, the back end of the XR-PHEV II looks too much like the Pontiac Aztek.
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.
The iM-4 runs a 1.2-liter engine aided by an electric motor, and Suzuki specifies all-wheel-drive for this little concept.
German engineering company EDAG came up with the Light Cocoon concept, showing off advanced materials in the car's skin.
The textile exterior shows changing light patterns and colors, and includes an automatic spoiler that doesn't break the exterior skin of the car.
The Sport Coupe is a large, C segment car, and uses a powerful and efficient plug-in hybrid drive system.
Volkswagen envisions this concept syncing with a driver's smartwatch or fitness band, sensing his mood and reacting with appropriate route guidance in navigation.
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.
Instrumentation on the dashboard looks fairly conventional, and the Sway gets a rectangular infotainment screen.
Measuring just over 11 feet long, the LF-SA concept is a design study in an extremely compact luxury car.
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."
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'.
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.