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Nissan X-Trail

07 March 2007

According to Nissan, the original X-Trail has been something of a surprise hit. When it was launched six years ago, the company expected sales across Europe to average 23,000 units a year.

Volvo V70 and XC70

07 March 2007

The big difference with the new V70 is that it now takes its platform from the S80 rather than the S60 as on the older model, so the car is a whole size larger.

Honda Small Hybrid Sports

07 March 2007

Honda are using the Geneva Show to showcase their ideas on environment and ecology, hence the trio of cars shown: the new F1 car, the FCX hybrid concept from Tokyo Show and the new SHS concept.

KTM X-Bow

07 March 2007

Three years ago design consultancy Kiska was tasked by the motorcycle brand KTM with developing concepts for a future ATV (All Terrain Vehicle - or 'Quad').

Fiat Bravo

07 March 2007

The big story here is the speed at which this car was developed. According to chief designer Frank Stephenson, a mere 17.5 months elapsed from first sketches in April 2005 to the production start late last year.

Renault Twingo

07 March 2007

At the Paris show last year Renault presented the Renault Twingo concept that previewed the production car that now debuts in Geneva.

Dodge Demon

07 March 2007

The Demon is a traditional front engine rear wheel drive sports car in the idiom of the Mazda MX5 and BMW Z4, or more specifically the Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky that GM produce.

Audi A5

07 March 2007

In an unusual twist, Audi are showing both the new A5 coupe and the performance S5 version of the car together.

Opel GTC

07 March 2007

The Opel GTC (Gran Turismo Coupe) concept is significant as the first concept developed under the leadership of Bryan Nesbitt at Opel and Anthony Lo as manager of advanced design. It also represents the next chapter of Opel's brand identity and introduces a new signature style for Opel in Europe, according to GM. Essentially a larger version of the GTC Geneve concept from 2003 that previewed the A

Merceds Benz C-Class

07 March 2007

When the 190 original 'baby Benz' was launched in 1982 it extended the Mercedes-Benz range to four core models.