The 81st edition of the Geneva motor show was a classic. There were new supercars from Lamborghini and Pagani, dramatic new concepts from Alfa Romeo and Volkswagen and near production-ready real world concepts from Ford and Vauxhall.
Here, Autocar runs through what you may have missed at the Geneva show in an A-Z guide. Click on the links below for a full story of every Geneva show star, including exclusive show pics. There’s also a gallery attached, where you can view a picture of each car.
One of the stars of the show was undoubtedly the Alfa Romeo 4C concept, that'll make production next year. In other news, VW voiced its interest in buying the brand from Fiat, saying that it would be able to quadruple sales under its ownership.
We got our first look at the Audi A3 saloon concept after sketches were issued last week. The RS3 mega-hatch also featured, a car we've already driven.
This entrant from Alpina - the B5 Touring - is likely to be the hottest 5-series wagon available for the foreseeable future.
Here's a stand that did well. As well as revealing its new V8 Vantage S and all-new Virage, the Cygnet faired rather well, attracting a lot of attention from younger generations.
The sleek B99 - Bertone 99 - showed the future styling direction of Jaguar. Intersetingly, the B99 features four doors, which are arranged in a clamshell style and open to reveal a pillarless entrance.
Another new style direction, but this time for BMW with this, the BMW Roadster concept. Called the Vision ConnectedDrive, it also features a new driver information system that will feature in production cars in 2013.
Chevrolet revealed the final production version of its new five-door Cruze hatchback, a car we'll be seeing on UK roads in the summer.
Designed as a BMW 5-series GT-rival, the De Tomaso SLS crossover is the firm's re-launch model, after bankruptcy seven years ago.
Naturally, Ferrari brought along its new FF to Geneva, a car we've seen before but not in the metal. Interestingly, it was its rear load space and vast array of luggage, that attracted lots of attention.
Ford showed us its new BTCC race contender, based on the all-new Ford Focus. It'll make its first race appearance at Brands Hatch. Also on it's stands was the new B-Max MPV production-ready concept.