An updated version of just-auto's list of world premiere concepts and production models due to take their bows at the Geneva motor show's 6 March press day.

Audi A6 allroad quattro, third generation for the elevated A6 Avant with cladding

BMW 6 Series Gran Coupé, a rival for the Mercedes CLS-Class

BMW M Performance sub-brand, triple-turbo X6 diesel expected to be first model

Citroën C4 Aircross, one of two new Mitsubishi ASX-based crossovers

Dacia Lodgy, additional model to challenge the Chevy Orlando

Fiat L0, Serbian-built small people carrier that succeeds the Idea

Ford Kuga, second generation of Ford of Europe's crossover

Hyundai i-oniq concept, new interpretation of 'fluidic sculpture' design

Infiniti mid-engined range-extended plug-in sports car concept

Jaguar XF Sport Brake, wagon version of the five-year old XF

Kia cee'd, second generation for the C-segment five-door from Slovakia

Mini Countryman JCW, high performance version

Mitsubishi Motors, preview of next Outlander

Morgan Plus 8, additional BMW V8-engined model

Opel Mokka, and there's a Vauxhall twin plus Buick's Encore and a Chevy to come

Peugeot 208, Project A9 and the BVH platform come to life

Peugeot 4008, one of two new Mitsubishi ASX-based crossovers for PSA

Pininfarina Cambiano concept, a showcase for low environmental impact materials

Porsche Boxster, ZF electro-mechanical steering a novelty for this new roadster

Renault Mégane facelift, mid-life update

Rinspeed Dock & Go concept, smart fortwo with a snap-on trailer

SEAT Ibiza facelift, first sighting of the launch model for the brand's entry to China

Toyota Yaris Hybrid, petrol-electric power a segment first

Volvo V40, an A3 Sportback rival but also a sort-of V50 replacement