2030hrs Well, that just about wraps up autocar.co.uk's live blog from another rip-roaring Geneva motor show. Keep an eye on the website for the further updates from the event as they happen.

2020hrs Tomorrow autocar.co.uk will bring you a round-up of all the highlights, news and gossip from the Geneva motor show.

2008hrs Julian Rendell ponders whether Ford can retake the handling crown from the Volkswagen Golf with the new Focus, revealed at the Geneva motor show today.

2001hrs The new Audi TT, revealed at the Volkswagen Group preview yesterday evening, has proved to be one of the most-read stories on autocar.co.uk today. 

1959hrs The Geneva motor show picture gallery above this story now has images of 90 cars contained within it.

1948hrs Earlier today AMG chief Thomas Weber offered some detail on the two V12-powered S-class derivatives that will go on sale during the coming year. The flagship S-class S600 will only be offered in long-wheelbase form. The S65 AMG, which has a claimed 0-62mph time of just 4.3sec, will cost £160,000. Weber stressed that the engine is compliant with Euro 6 emissions regulations. "Reading between lines, it would appear that Mercedes doesn't want to be seen as excessive," reckoned Autocar's Jim Holder, who was watching the presentation. "Weber also highlighted the S65's weight loss in the body structure, drag reduction, new transmission and engine efficiency gains and so on."

1925hrs The Mercedes-Benz V-class put a new slant on the capacious people carrier segment when it was unveiled earlier today. Volker Mornhinweg, head of Mercedes-Benz Vans, confirmed production of the V-class began in Spain this week. Autocar's Jim Holder witnessed the launch of the vehicle: All Merc's talk stressed this is the only luxury vehicle of its type - therefore it holds appeal to active adults, parents or transport companies."

1921hrs We suspect our editor-in-chief Steve Cropley was distinctly underwhelmed when he surveyed yet another limited-edition Bugatti Veyron, this time one of a mini-series of Legends cars saluting Rembrandt Bugatti, brother of company founder Ettore. Steve's succinct summation: "Time for these boys to move on…"

1913hrs "There was a definite swagger at Citroën at the show today," says Autocar's Jim Holder. "There's a feeling the C4 Cactus and new C1 stand for what the should – good value, low consumption, style and fun."  

1911hrs Frédéric Banzet, Citroën's chief executive, said: "With close to 800,000 cars sold since 2005, the Citroën C1 represents ten per cent of our sales in Europe. It is a true success."

1906hrs Citroën had plenty of new metal to show off at the Geneva motor show today. As well as the bold new Citroën C4 Cactus – a car which seems to symbolise the sense of optimism at the French car maker right now – it uncovered the new C1 city car, the C5 CrossTourer and the DS 5LS, a high-end saloon produced in China.