The Subaru Viziv is a diesel-electric hybrid crossover concept
Its 1.6-litre diesel works in conjunction with three electric motors, one at the front and two at the rear
The NSX prototype features a hybrid petrol-electric powertrain that produces around 400bhp
The C4 Cactus Adventure is a more rugged version of Citroën's new crossover
Bridgestone is displaying its 'AirFree' tyre concept; the tyre's structure is supported by spokes instead of air
The Kia GT4 Stinger concept was initially revealed in Detroit. The rear-drive coupé has a 315bhp 2.0-litre engine
The Land Rover Discovery Vision previews the upcoming extended Discovery family
The Jaguar C-X17 is expected to go into production in 2016
This is the new Chevrolet Niva SUV concept
The concept is the result of an ongoing collaboration between GM and Avtovaz
The Peugeot 408 is a saloon version of the 308
The Lada Niva most of us are familiar with, right, has been in production in various forms since 1977
The Lexus RCF costs £59,995 in the UK and is available to order now
Manufacturers present at Moscow include Ford, Jaguar, Chevrolet and Subaru
Myriad concepts and new cars were set to be revealed throughout the show
The Peugeot 2008 DKR is intended for competition in the gruelling Dakar Rally
The Toyota i-Road is an urban mobility concept
Opel's sleek Monza Concept got an airing at the Russian event
Toyota's quirky FV2 concept predicts how we might travel in the future
The BMW X5 Security Plus is an armoured version of the firm's family SUV
The beefed-up BMW X5 is based on the xDrive50i variant
The X5 Security Plus can withstand bullets from an AK47 assault rifle
A Brabus-fettled Smart Fortwo was on display at the Moscow motor show
Mini John Cooper Works Roadster at the Moscow motor show
The Opel Monza concept showcases new technology for the next-generation of Vauxhall and Opel models
The styling, which is said to be inspired by a greyhound, also showcases Opel and Vauxhall's potential future design language
Both domestic and international brands had a significant presence at the 2014 Moscow motor show and, judging by the cars on display, it's clear the focus was on the growing SUV market segments.
The Moscow show represented the first opportunity for European enthusiasts to see Land Rover's new Range Rover Sport SVR.
The 542bhp model made its world debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in California earlier this month, and is powered by a 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine. It costs £93,450 in the UK, and has a top speed of 162mph.
Chevrolet's Niva concept was also on display, showcasing how the next-generation SUV will look when it goes on sale in 2016.
Homegrown marque Lada was using the event to showcase three new designs and announce its plans to reinvent itself.
BMW used the Moscow show to reveal its new X5 Security Plus, an armoured version of the firm's family SUV. The special X5 offers protection up to VR6 standard – which means it can withstand gunfire from automatic rifles including the AK47.
The enhanced model is based on the xDrive50i, so is powered by a 449bhp 4.4-litre V8 engine. The price starts from about three times as much as the standard xDrive50i, which puts it at about £160,000.
The show was also the first Russian outing for Nissan's GT-R Nismo. We've already driven the £125,000 car in the UK, finding it to be an expensive but impressively fast machine.
The Nismo can reach 62mph from a standing start in just 2.6 seconds, and is powered by a modified version of the standard GT-R's 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine, which develops 591bhp.
Facelifted models on display included the Toyota Camry and Peugeot 508. It was the first motor show outing for Peugeot's updated Ford Mondeo rival, which features new styling as well as a more economical engine range. The diesel hybrid model, for example, now emits just 85g/km of CO2.
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