Vehicles which made their global debuts at the Geneva motor show are named below.

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

Abarth 124 GT: 124 Spider gains a carbon fibre hardtop and is being marketed as a special edition

Aston Martin Vantage: motor show debut for the coupé although it was announced to the media back in November

Audi A6 sedan: effectively the four-door version of the A7 Sportback, shares that model’s MLB Evo architecture, will be on sale from June

Audi e-tron: camouflaged prototypes were on the stand as the A6 was revealed and also driven around the city

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Audi Pop.Up Next concept: Airbus’ Pop.Up prototype from Geneva 2017, a proposed commuter drone; self-driving car is updated and gains Audi branding

Bentley Bentayga V8: 550PS and 770Nm version of the Volkswagen Group’s 4.0-litre biturbo petrol V8

Bentley Bentayga Hybrid: powertrain of this PHEV is a 3.0-litre turbo and one motor, range on the battery is up to 50km

BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe: preview of the fastest version of the forthcoming 8 Series range, has a CFRP roof, production model confirmed for 2019

BMW X4: G02 replaces F26 which is only four years old, is 81mm longer and changes platforms to 35up

Bugatti Chiron Sport: priced from €2.65m, has no additional power but “significantly improved handling and even greater agility”

Cadillac: did not have a display

Chevrolet: did not have a display

Citroën Berlingo: third generation model uses rear of the current model’s architecture and the front of EMP2, will be built at Vigo

Citroën C4 Cactus facelift: also gains the Progressive Hydraulic Cushion (PHC) suspension system first seen on the C5 Aircross

Citroën C4 SpaceTourer & Grand C4 SpaceTourer: new names for the C4 Picasso and Grand C4 Picasso

Corbellati Missile: prototype of what its backers claim will be the world’s fastest hypercar, 1800hp 9.0-litre V8, top speed of ‘over 500km/h’

Cupra Ateca: SEAT creates a new brand and a 221kW (300PS) 2.0-litre petrol turbo Ateca is the first vehicle, appears to be a rival for Renaultsport

David Brown Automotive Speedback Silverstone Edition: will have “more than 600 horsepower”, only 10 cars will be made

DS: did not have a display

Ferrari 488 Pista: dry weight of 1,280kg is 90kg less than 488 GTB, 530kW (720cv) and 770Nm 3,902cc V8, a ‘dolphin tail’ rear spoiler

Ford Edge diesel facelift: follows the debut of the petrol-engined variants at the Detroit show, new 2.0-litre ‘EcoBlue’ diesel produces 238PS

Ford Ka+ facelift and Ka+ Active: mid-life mild restyle and updated 1.2-litre petrol engine plus a diesel option for the first time

GFG (Giorgetto Fabrizio Giugiaro) Style Sybilla: 5m long, no A pillars, giant glass canopy, driven by four motors, celebrates GG’s 80th birthday later in 2018

Honda Jazz X-Road: a rival for the Kia Picanto X-Line, it has grey plastic around its wheelarches and across its doors

Hyundai Le Fil Rouge concept: The Common Thread is claimed to have ‘sensuous sportiness’ and a preview of how future Hyundais will look

Hyundai Kona EV: two powertrains with claimed maximum ranges of 300km (39.2kWh battery pack) or 470km (64kWh), production is at Ulsan

Hyundai Santa Fe: revealed to the media in South Korea during February, uses UM platform that was introduced by the Kia Sedona/Carnival in 2014

Hyundai Santa Fe Hybrid & Sante Fe Plug-in Hybrid: not present at the show but announced as being due for future release

Infiniti: did not attend

Italdesign Zerouno Duerta: shares the Audi R8’s 5.2-litre V10 and platform, like the Zerouno from Geneva 2017 only five will be built

Jaguar I-PACE: Magna Steyr began production on 29 January, was revealed online on 1 March, this was its public debut

Kia Ceed: five-door hatchback follows the debut of the Forte-badged model at the Detroit show, goes into production at Žilina plant in May

Kia Ceed SW: Sportswagon will be built in Slovakia on the same line as the five-door hatchback but production won’t be until Q4

Kia Optima Sportswagon facelift: updated sedan was revealed to the media in South Korea in January, 1.7-litre diesel replaced by a 1.6

Kia Rio GT Line: new model grade brings with it HMG’s 120PS 1.0 T-GDi as a new engine for the Rio, 100PS version also available

Lagonda Vision concept: a preview of the styling direction of “potentially two new Lagonda models by 2023”, brand will offer only EVs

Lagonda Coupe and SUV scale models: Aston Martin says they show “how the Lagonda design language could be adapted for the future”

Lamborghini Huracán Performante Spyder: the open-top version follows exactly one year later, both cars are powered by a 640hp 5.2-litre V10

Land Rover Range Rover SV Coupé: two-door version of the Range Rover, Land Rover claims it is “the world’s first full-size luxury SUV coupé”

Lexus UX: an SUV to rival the Audi Q2, architecture is GA-C, shares a wheelbase dimension with Toyota C-HR but is longer, 2.0-litre & 2.0-litre hybrid engines

LVCHI Auto Venere: “a luxury vehicle with supercar performances [sic] ready to enter production in Turin in 2019”

McLaren Senna: P15 project, 800PS and 800Nm from a 4.0-litre turbo V8, DSG, RWD, claimed dry weight of 1,198kg, Gorilla glass in doors

MAT Stratos: an homage to the Lancia original, 25 cars will be made and buyers must pay €500,000 plus the cost of a Ferrari 430 Scuderia donor vehicle

Mazda6 Tourer facelift: second update for this model follows the debut of the facelifted sedan at the 2017 LA auto show

Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC facelifts: mid-life updates for the sedan and estate, 3.0-litre V6 biturbo now produces 387kW (390hp) and 520Nm

Mercedes-AMG G 63: 4.0-litre biturbo V8 produces 430kW (585PS) and 850Nm, nine-speed automatic gearbox, 299g/km CO2

Mercedes-AMG GT Coupé: the production version of the Mercedes-AMG GT concept from Geneva 2017, 3.0-litre inline six and 4.0-litre V8 engines

Mercedes-Benz A-Class: show premiere, was revealed in Amsterdam on 2 Feb, will be built at Uusikaupunki and Rastatt, first car for MFA2 platform

Mercedes-Benz C-Class facelift: styling update for sedan and estate as well as new engines

Mercedes-Benz C 350 e facelift: petrol PHEV also gains a fresh powertrain, with the 80hp motor replaced by 120hp one, turbo I4 produces 208PS

Mercedes-Benz C 350 de: diesel PHEV is a new variant for mostly European countries, 191PS 2.0-litre engine, 13.8 kWh battery and 120PS motor

Mercedes-Benz S 560 e: facelift and new name for the PHEV S 500 e L (S550eL in North America), 270kW 3.0-litre petrol engine and 90kW motor

Mercedes-Benz X 350 d 4MATIC: first V6 diesel version of Mercedes-Benz Vans’ pick-up, outputs are 190kW (258hp) and 550Nm

Mercedes-Maybach S-Class facelift: gains the grille from the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept, plus fresh 20-inch wheels

Mitsubishi Outlander facelift: 2.4-litre Atkinson Cycle four-cylinder petrol engine replaces 2.0-litre, revised AWD system, new batteries and motor

Nissan IMx Kuro concept: has been updated since its Tokyo Motor Show debut and now features Brain-to-Vehicle (B2V) technology

Nissan Juke facelift: a minor update which includes a new grille, fresh colours and revised trim levels, original model was revealed at 2010 Geneva show

Opel: did not attend

Peugeot 508 fastback: EMP2 architecture, production in France at Mulhouse, and unlike its Renault Talisman rival the 508 will be available in RHD form

Peugeot Rifter: one third of K9 project which also comprises new Citroën Berlingo and Opel/Vauxhall Combo Tour, Rifter replaces Partner Tepee

Peugeot Rifter 4×4 concept: raised suspension too, designed to highlight the fact that the only K9 project vehicle to have all-wheel drive will be the Peugeot

Pininfarina HK GT concept: fourth collaboration with Hong Kong’s Hybrid Kinetic Group, EV with a claimed top speed of 217mph, three range extender options

Porsche 911 GT3 RS: 4.0-litre H6 produces 383kW (520hp), top speed of 193mph and 0-62mph in 3.2 seconds, limiter at 9,000rpm

Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo concept: 4.95m long electric crossover, 800V electrical architecture, system output in excess of 440kW (600hp)

Renault Ez-Go concept: 5.2m long Level 4 autonomous drive pod with a boarding ramp and a glass roof, can seat up to six, speed limited to 50km/h

Renault 1,330cc Energy TCe petrol engine for Captur & Scénic: will also be used by Nissan, Mitsubishi and Mercedes-Benz; outputs of 85, 103 and 120kW

Renault Zoe 80kW: R110 (hp) motor is 12kW/16hp more powerful than R90, benefit is better acceleration, Renault makes no claim about extra range

Rimac concept two: 100 cars are planned rather than the ten units of the concept one which were built, output is claimed to be 1,914hp, 120kWh battery

Škoda Fabia and Fabia Combi facelifts: first update since production commenced in August 2014

Škoda Vision X concept: SUV with a CNG-electric hybrid powertrain, a preview of an additional model below the Karoq and will share much with VW T-Cross

SsangYong Musso: alternate name for Rexton Sports which was revealed to media in January, current Musso/Actyon Sports continues in production

SsangYong e-SIV concept: electric autonomous prototype, 4.5-litre long SUV which shows the outline of an EV version of next year’s Korando replacement

Subaru Viziv Tourer concept: at 4,775mm long, it’s too big to be a preview of the next generation Levorg unless that car is to move up into the D segment

Tata Motors E-Vision Sedan concept: electric sedan based on TML’s Omega platform which is a low-cost version of JLR’s D8 architecture

Techrules Ren RS: final design for this battery-turbine supercar, can be configured with four or six motors

Toyota Aygo facelift: first update since its debut at the 2014 Geneva show, updated 998cc engine becomes Euro 6.2-compliant and gains power

Toyota Corolla/Auris: will again be sold in many countries as the Corolla hatchback and in Europe and elsewhere as the Auris, new 2.0-litre hybrid engine

Toyota GR Supra Racing concept: 4,574mm long, front-engined, RWD, a preview of the car which has been co-developed with BMW

Volkswagen Group SEDRIC School Bus: bright yellow paint and a new potential application for VAG’s (not the VW brand’s) self-driving pod concept

Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion concept: large autonomous sedan, general outline is likely to be a preview of a Phaeton successor

Volvo V60: development code is V432,  platform is SPA, two petrol PHEV choices, will be followed soon by the successors for the S60 and S60L

Volvo XC40, three extra engines: a 1.5-litre three-cylinder and ‘T4’ 190hp four-cylinder, petrol, and ‘D3’ 150hp diesel

Zenvo TSR-S: new version of the Danish supercar joins the TS1 GT and TSR track car, 1177bhp from a 5.8-litre V8 which has two superchargers

Future product program intelligence

Additional data on vehicle lifetime and future product plans, such as code names, production plants and expected annual build, are available in PLDB from QUBE.