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Issue 614

March 5, 2012

 

Editorial

Dave Leggett

I will be in Geneva tomorrow for the motor show's opening press day. There are a few interviews with car company bosses lined up, but I will get some time to walk around the show halls and check out some of the new models. One thing's for sure and it happens every year. There will be something I fail to get to that I will afterwards wish I had seen in the flesh. But there just isn't time to see everything. I will have to be selective.

One thing that will help me out is the guide to the show's debuts prepared by our car product specialist Glenn Brooks. It's a very handy list that he has been updating and republishing on just-auto. Here is today's latest version.

GENEVA PREVIEW: Updated global debuts list

And you can catch up with all the latest Geneva coverage in the hot topic.

Geneva 2012

Myself and Glenn will also be presenting a Geneva review in a free-to-access online webinar next week (March 13). You can find out more and register for the event at the following link.

Webinar: Geneva Show Review

Don't forget to check the blog

Until next time...

Dave Leggett
Managing Editor
Web: http://www.just-auto.com
Email: editor@just-auto.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/justauto

 

 

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