The 82nd Geneva motor show played host to an array of vibrant concepts and production models, from evolutions of electric and hybrid drive, to a radical Bentley SUV, a one-off road-ready Lambo, and the rebirth of an icon in Peugeot's 208 GTi concept.
Our A-Z of what was new at Palexpo is a comprehensive guide to the show - just click on the link for the full story on each car.
The biggest raft of changes to hit the Vantage since 2008 includes cosmetic tweaks, engineering revisions, and an entirely new body in the form of the £400,000 V12 Vantage Zagato. The Vantage V8 gets upgrades from the Vantage S to boost agility, while 150 Zagatos are slated for production.
The all-new, lighter Audi A3 sports more aggressive styling than the current car, and promises greater luxury and efficiency, too. It's based on a new VW Group platform that will yield a wide range of future models. A saloon will be built for select markets, and five-door and cabrio variants will join the three-door shown at Geneva.
Four years after deletion, the Audi RS4 is back, and like 2000's original, will be offered in Avant form only. A 4.2-litre V8 producing 444bhp and seven-speed dual-clutch auto 'box are carried over from the RS5, and the standard Avant's chassis is lowered and revised with adaptive damping and additional aluminium.
20bhp more powerful than the TT RS, the Audi TT RS Plus will be available in coupe and roadster form, with a six-speed manual 'box or optional seven-speed dual-clutch unit. Limited top speed rises to 174mph, suspension is even firmer, and there are styling upgrades inside and out, while economy is little affected.
As long as a Range Rover, but lower and much more powerful, the Bentley EXP 9 F concept shows off the marque's tentative plans to built a super-luxury SUV. In production W12 form, it would cost around £150,000 and reach 180mph, though a diesel V8 and petrol V6-based plug-in hybrid are also touted.