The Geneva motor show 2010 kicks off on Tuesday morning and Autocar will be live on the show floor bringing you all the action from Europe’s largest annual motor show.
More than 80 new cars will be on display at the show, including the Audi A1, Mini Countryman, Lexus CT200h and the VW Polo GTI.
Alfa Romeo will have a strong presence at Geneva as it celebrates its 100th anniversary. The Giulietta, the car on which Alfa is pinning its survival hopes, will be revealed, alongside specially commissioned concepts from Pininfarina and Bertone.
Elsewhere, we’ll get our first look at the new Volkswagen Touareg and Porsche Cayenne off-roaders. Geneva will be a busy show for Porsche, because it is also launching the 911 Turbo S and its future Le Mans challenger, the hybrid 911 GT3 racer.
Production-ready cars on show at Geneva include Renault’s twin new coupe-convertibles, the Twingo-based Wind and the Megane, and Nissan’s new Micra supermini. Nissan will also display its new baby crossover, the Juke.