Currently reading: Geneva motor show 2024: MG confirmed and BYD likely
Chinese brands to join Renault at reinvigorated event, defying snubs from other European giants

Chinese car-making giant MG has confirmed it will be present at the 2024 Geneva motor show, where it's expected to reveal a major update to one or more key models.

These may include the next-generation MG 3 supermini or the new Marvel R family SUV. The latter is set to launch in the UK for the first time, having initially been confined to left-hand-drive markets.

Fellow Chinese manufacturer BYD is also likely to be present at Geneva, as it ramps up its European expansion plans. 

Hyundai, on the other hand, won't attend the 2024 show, joining Stellantis and a host of German manufacturers in snubbing the event, which will return after a five-year hiatus.

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