All the world premieres from the 2017 Geneva motor show are listed below. The most important models this year were the Range Rover Velar, Kia Picanto, Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, Opel Crossland X & Insignia, Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo, SEAT Ibiza, Subaru XV, Volkswagen Arteon and Volvo XC60.

Information on the following models can be found by searching PLDB, just-auto’s global vehicle database. Simply click on the link at the end of this list.

Alpine A110: resurrected sports car brand’s first 21st century model will have a bespoke aluminium platform with the same material being used for body panels

Audi Q8 sport concept: based on the concept from the NAIAS but with a mild hybrid and electric compressor powertrain

Audi RS 3 Sportback & RS 3 Sedan facelifts: new 2.5-litre turbo engine produces 294kW (400PS) and 480Nm, S tronic seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, orders  will be accepted in Europe from April, market launch will follow in August, base price for the Sportback in Germany is 54,600 euro, and the Sedan is listed at 55,900 euro

Audi RS 5 Coupé: loses the V8 of the outgoing model and gains a 331kW (450hp) 2.9 TFSI biturbo V6, 600Nm (442.5 lb-ft) of torque

Bentley Bentayga Mulliner: “Exclusive features include a new Mulliner Bottle Cooler, unique 22″ wheel design, new veneer concept and a bespoke Mulliner interior colour split with contrast embroidery”

Bentley Continental GT Supersports & GTC Supersports: 710PS (700bhp) W12 which produces 1,017Nm (750 lb. ft) of torque

Bentley EXP12 6e roadster: two motors and a claimed range of 500+km, developed to generate feedback from potential buyers

BMW 4 Series Coupé & M4, Convertible & M4, and Gran Coupé facelifts: new headlights, rear lamps and bumpers

BMW 5 Series Touring: estate (G31) follows debut of standard wheelbase sedan (G30) at NAIAS in January

Citroën C-Aircross concept: evolves the look of the C4 Cactus and offers a preview of the next C3 Picasso

Citroën SpaceTourer 4X4 Ë concept: developed to promote the so-called “Ë capsule collection of modern and technical lifestyle products”

Dacia Logan MCV Stepway: fourth crossover variant, joins the Sandero, Lodgy and Dokker Stepways

DS 7 Crossback: intended to be a rival for the Audi Q3, production due to commence in October, RHD cars to follow from early 2018

Eadon Green Black Cuillin concept: 1930s style coupe which looks like the Morgan Aero 8, V12 engine, first vehicle for a UK-based start-up

Ferrari 812 Superfast: facelift, new engine (800cv 6.5-litre V12 & 718Nm), seven-speed DCT, and name change for the F12 Berlinetta, RWD only, first Ferrari with electric steering assistance, claimed by the company to be its fastest and most powerful car yet

Fiat Fullback Cross: new variant of the pick-up with black-out trim, all-black cargo space with Fiat logo in relief

Honda Civic Type R: 320PS 2.0-litre turbo, production at HUM (Swindon) won’t start until ‘summer’ Honda says

Hyundai FE fuel cell concept: likely to be a preview of next year’s production model

Hyundai i30 Wagon: joins the five-door hatchback, an N high performance hatchback follows later in 2017, as does an i30 four-door coupe

Infiniti Q50 facelift: also gains autonomous drive ProPilot Assist features including a new generation of steer-by-wire

Infiniti Q60 Black S concept: body kit, 21-inch wheels and a powertrain said to have been developed in partnership with Renault F1 team

Italdesign Automobili Speciali: new division with its own logo will build ultra-low series production vehicles, first one will be a supercar

Jaguar F-PACE MY2018: 250PS (25t) 2.0-litre petrol Ingenium engine & 240PS & 500Nm 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel (25d)

Jaguar XE MY2018: 200PS (’20t’) 2.0-litre petrol & 250PS (25t) 2.0-litre petrol Ingenium engines, 240PS & 500Nm 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel (25d), XE S’ 340PS supercharged 3.0-litre petrol V6 replaced by JLR’s existing Ford-built 380PS supercharged 3.0-litre V6

Jaguar XF MY2018: 200PS (’20t’) 2.0-litre petrol & 250PS (25t) 2.0-litre petrol Ingenium engines, 240PS & 500Nm 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel (25d)

Kia Niro PHEV: joins the HUV and an EV variant is also said to be under development

Kia Optima PHEV Sportswagon: joins the sedan and will be mainly sold in European markets

Kia Picanto: developed with the JA project code, on sale in South Korea as the Morning since January

Kia Stinger diesel: 2.2-litre engine; 2.0-litre turbo and 3.3-litre biturbo petrol engines’ debuts were at NAIAS

Koenigsegg Agera RS Gryphon: 24-carat-gold leaf accents, stripes and badging

Lamborghini Aventador S: facelift and a 740hp 6.5-litre V12, 0-100km/h is claimed to take 2.9 seconds and top speed is said to be 217mph

Lamborghini Huracán Perfomante: 640hp 5.2-litre V10, loss of 40kg, 0-100 km/h claimed to take 2.9 seconds

Lexus LS 500h: the same 5,235mm long body as the LS 500, will be manufactured at Tahara from late-2017

McLaren Super Series/720S: second generation model and first of 15 vehicles in company’s Track22 business plan

Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC Estate & E 63 S 4MATIC Estate: same 420kW (571hp) & 750Nm and 450kW (612hp) & 850Nm biturbo 4.0-litre V8s as the respective sedans

Mercedes-AMG GT concept: four-door coupe likely to be a preview of a production model for 2019

Mercedes-Maybach G 65 Landaulet: electric fabric roof for a model now in its 38th year of production, 463kW (630PS) biturbo V12, 1,000Nm of torque, replacement G-Class on the way for a debut later in 2017

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet: the first generation of this model which can be ordered with 4MATIC all-wheel drive

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross: additional SUV, Qashqai sized so larger than the next (downsized) Outlander Sport/ASX/RVR which shrinks to become 2008 sized, smaller than the next Outlander

Nissan Qashqai facelift: minor update and ProPilot autonomous drive capabilities become optional

Opel Crossland X: Meriva replacement is a crossover not an MPV, build will be at Figuerelas, on sale from May, media debut was at an event in Berlin in February

Opel Insignia Grand Sport: & Sports Tourer: E2 architecture, larger than first generation model, manufactured at Rüesselsheim, 4,897mm long (+55mm), with a 2,829mm wheelbase (+92mm), smallest petrol engine is a new 1.5-litre four-cylinder unit, five-door hatchback which looks like a four-door coupe will be known as the Insignia Grand Sport

Pagani Huayra roadster: fully six years since the debut of the Huayra at the 2011 show

Peugeot Instinct concept: shooting brake, autonomous drive, PHEV powertrain

Peugeot Partner Electric: two lithium-ion battery packs with capacity of 22.5-kWh, NEDC range of 170km

Porsche 911 GT3: 500hp 4.0-litre flat six, seven-speed PDK or six-speed manual transmissions

Porsche 911 GTS: five variants on sale from March – 911 Carrera GTS Coupé & Cabriolet with rear-wheel drive, Carrera 4 GTS Coupé & Cabriolet with all-wheel drive, and and 911 Targa 4 GTS with all-wheel drive, newly-developed turbochargers for the 3.0-litre flat six-cylinder engine increased power to 450hp (331kW), the engine delivers 30hp (22kW) more than the 911 Carrera S and 20hp (15kW) more than the corresponding prior GTS model with a naturally aspirated engine, all variants are available with a manual seven-speed gearbox, or the optional Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) double-clutch transmission

Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo: shooting brake body style but no confirmation as yet of a potential Panamera Sport Turismo Executive (long-wheelbase)

Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid: 500kW (680hp) from a biturbo 4.0-litre petrol V8 and electric motor, 850Nm, 192mph top speed, 0-100km/h in 3.4 seconds

Renault Captur facelift: first update since its world premiere at the 2013 Geneva show

Renault Zoe e-sport concept: 338kW & 640Nm means the car loses 10 seconds from its 0-100kmh time, now 3.2 seconds

SEAT Ibiza: fifth generation model will be on sale from June, introduces MQB A0 architecture, hatchback only as current ST (estate) was dropped in 2016

Škoda Citigo facelift: fresh front end, including new bonnet pressing, second generation model is due in 2019

Škoda Kodiaq Scout: model-specific front and rear sections, 19-inch wheels, standard all-wheel drive

Škoda Octavia RS 245: 180kW/245PS 2.0-litre turbo, LSD, hatchback or Combi, 7-speed DSG, unique headlights and grille, fastest Octavia yet (0-100km/h in 6.6 seconds)

Škoda Rapid & Rapid Spaceback facelifts: mid-cycle refreshes and new 1.0-litre TSI three-cylinder engine

Spyker C8 Preliator Spyder: to be powered by a Koenigsegg-supplied 600PS & 600Nm 5.0-litre V8

SsangYong Korando facelift: second refresh, replacement due in 2019 after nine years of production

SsangYong XAVL concept: update of the XAV concept from 2015 Frankfurt IAA, seven-seater 4.7m long SUV

Subaru XV: second generation model shifts onto Subaru Global Platform, should enter production at Gunma Yajima in April

Tata Tamo Racemo concept: sports car prototype which the company claims it may build in limited numbers

Techrules supercar: “China-based automotive R&D company will combine its innovative proprietary Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) powertrain with a dramatic, aerospace-inspired design crafted by world-renowned automotive designers, Fabrizio and Giorgetto Giugiaro”

Toyota i-TRIL concept: electric one-plus-two seats city car developed by Toyota Motor Europe (TME) in collaboration with the ED² design studio in Nice, Active Lean technology, capable of operating autonomously

Toyota Yaris facelift: in a year when a new Citroen C3 will be aggressively pushed by PSA, and also when the next VW Polo and Ford Fiesta will be released, TME has caused astonishment by extending the life of the Yaris with yet another facelift. This follows the same thing happening in Japan. Previous generations of the Toyota Vitz have been replaced after exactly six years but this time, no fourth generation car was announced in December. Instead, another facelift has just been revealed for the home market model (as well as the addition of the Hybrid which has been available in Europe for some years).

Toyota Yaris GRMN: supercharged 1.8-litre engine, GRMN stands for ‘Gazoo Racing Masters of the Nurburgring’.

Volkswagen Arteon: replacement for the CC, on sale from August

Volkswagen Group Sedric concept: self-driving pod, a preview of Level 5 autonomous driving, first concept to have Volkswagen Group branding

Volvo XC60: Y413 first generation model debuted at 2008 Geneva show, now V426 replacement, with new active safety technology, finally appears

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