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This car made its debut at the Bologna show in December but Geneva was its first showing at a major international show.
Inovo is not one of famous Italian design houses, but on the evidence of the Lirica shown at Geneva it deserves to be better known.
Netherlands-based Spyker is showing a large SUV concept that extends the brand into this 'must have' territory for a luxury maker.
Tramontana is Spanish specialist company located near Barcelona who are showing a new supercar powered by a Mercedes V12 engine, with output planned at twelve cars per year from a Barcelona-based factory.
According to Italian coachbuilder Castagna, this Porsche Cayenne-based concept represents the perfect balance between elegance and sportiness.
The Europa S is a new closed-roof car from Lotus that aims to offer a slightly less hardcore driving experience and image than the Elise.
It's hard to know how to take the Roadjet. Audi invented the term 'Avant' for its shallow-raked tailgated station wagons in the early eighties, but this car is neither Avant nor sedan, more of a tall hatchback in the mould of the unlovely European market Fiat Croma.
When Trevor Creed introduced the Challenger concept he described it as a concept that set out to 'get it right' ? to iron out the imperfections of the original 1970 design.
Unveiled to universal rapture is a new everyday hero: the Chevrolet Camaro. Drawing from the 1969 original, this new interpretation designed under Tom Peters is derivative yet contemporary, with bold lines defining tight surfaces.
Based on a stretched version of the 300 platform, the Imperial is a concept that explores the scope for the Chrysler brand to re-enter the luxury sedan market.