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We covered the Mitsubishi i at its debut in Tokyo last year, but this is the first time it has been shown in Europe where it will potentially be very influential on future small car design.
The UK is the second largest market outside the USA for Chrysler sales, hence the launch in London for the new 2007 Sebring model.
The Freelander 2 replaces the original model that was launched in 1997 as one of the first 'soft' SUVs on the market in Europe.
Mazda are covering all bases with the world debut in London of the Retractable Hardtop version of the new MX-5 (Miata).
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.
According to Italian coachbuilder Castagna, this Porsche Cayenne-based concept represents the perfect balance between elegance and sportiness.
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.
Netherlands-based Spyker is showing a large SUV concept that extends the brand into this 'must have' territory for a luxury maker.
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.
This car made its debut at the Bologna show in December but Geneva was its first showing at a major international show.