The Geneva motor show kicks off on Tuesday 4 March and Autocar will be there to bring you the best news and pictures of all the big reveals as they happen.
Among the new metal to be seen at the show will be show stars including the new Audi TT, Lamborghini Huracán and the turbocharged Ferrari California T.
Scroll down the list below and through the picture gallery to read more on the show stars, and let us know what you're looking forward to in the comments section.
Due to go on sale in the UK in March, the three and five-door Audi S1 models are priced at £24,900 and £25,630 respectively. Power comes from a turbocharged 2.0-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine which delivers 228bhp and 273lb ft of torque – some 24bhp less than the limited edition A1 quattro that inspired the S1.
Destined to be one of the stars of this year's show, the new Audi TT was previewed earlier this year by the Allroad Shooting Brake concept. Underpinned by VW Group's MQB platform, the new TT will initially be powered by a range of 1.8-litre and 2.0-litre petrols and a 2.0-litre diesel.
Ingolstadt celebrates the RS2 with the launch of this limited-edition RS4 Avant. The Nogaro edition comes with new paint and minor exterior tweaks, while the interior receive new leather trim and badging. The same 4.2-litre V8 engine as the standard car powers the Nogaro, meaning 444bhp and a top speed of 174mph.
The new GT Speed has a top speed of 206mph, making it the fastest production car ever made by Bentley. It'll be shown in Geneva alongside a new V8-powered version of the Flying Spur, which will go on sale soon after the show. The V8 Flying Spur has a top speed of 183mph.
Attempting to appeal to younger buyers, the new 4-series Gran Coupé drops the conventional boot arrangement of the 6-series GranCoupé in favour of a five-door liftback arrangement. The Audi A5 rival will go on sale in June, priced from £29,420.
While the styling changes to BMW's mid-size SUV may be subtle, its mechanical upgrades aren't. The revised X3 comes with BMW's latest generation of turbodiesel engines, offering better fuel economy and more power than the outgoing car. The new X3 goes on sale in the UK in June with prices starting at £30,990.
The first front-wheel drive BMW in the company's history makes its world debut in Geneva. The 2-series Active Tourer features a compact 1.5-litre three-cylinder engine option alongside its regular four-cylinder range. Prices are expected to start from around £23,000 when UK sales begin in September.
A possible game-changer for the family hatchback class, the C4 Cactus aims to offer simple, efficient motoring at a lower price than its rivals. That's why prices for the Cactus start at £13,000, with even a range-topping version costing only £18,000. While its styling may be cause for debate, Citroën's biggest accomplishment is to make the base car weigh 60kg less than the equivalent Ford Fiesta at just 965kg.
Replacing the current California convertible, the new supercar is big news as it marks the return of turbocharging to mainstream Ferraris. The updated California T comes with a 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine with 552bhp.