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Geneva Motor Show 2014 coverage

Keep your eyes on am-online.com, Twitter and Facebook for AM’s coverage of the Geneva Motor Show.

As dealers prepare for one of the busiest months of the year with the March plate-change, the new models they will be selling in the years to come will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show on March 4.

AM will be attending the motor show to interview manufacturer bosses, as well as get up close to the new models which will be arriving in franchised dealer showrooms in the near future.

To keep up-to-date with all the new model launches, interviews, videos and pictures look out for AM’s coverage on am-online.com, AM’s Twitter page and AM’s Facebook page.

New cars set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2014 include:

Audi

S1: 228bhp pocket rocket teams quattro all-wheel drive with serious punch and a cheeky bodykit

S3 Cabriolet: 296bhp Quattro hot hatch gets topless

TT: third generation of seminal coupe is understood to be on its way to the 2014 Geneva show

Aston Martin

V8 Vantage N430: slightly lighter, slightly more powerful Vantage gets questionable paintwork and £90k price tag

DB9 Carbon: you can guess what's been added to justify this special edition coupe...

Bentley

Continental GT Speed: Think you'd seen the fastest Bentley ever? Think again

Flying Spur V8: entry-level Bentley saloon gets 500bhp bi-turbo V8


BMW

2-series Active Tourer: the first front-wheel drive, MPV Beemer

4-series Gran Coupe: is it a coupe? is it a saloon? We suspect this Audi A5 Sportback rival is a cash-cow in waiting

X3 facelift: new look and tweaked engines for the fun-to-drive family 4x4

Citroen

C1: spider-nosed city car is the sister act to the new Peugeot 108

C4 Cactus: radical supermini-crossover looks like a moon buggy and is impressively lightweight

Fiat

Panda Cross: the world's cutest 4x4 toughs up for Geneva

Ferrari

California T: it's twin-turbocharged, it drinks less, goes faster, and looks sexier than the old Cali. A win-win-win-win!

Ford

Focus facelift: hurrah, the Focus has finally been updated inside and out

Honda

Civic Type R 'concept': lairy-looking hot hatchback design study is a red herring for the 300bhp monster CAR has already driven...

Hyundai

Intrado: hydrogen fuel cell crossover can help grow new food

Lamborghini

Huracan: Can this sharp V10 coupe really see off the Ferrari 458 Speciale and McLaren 12C?

Land Rover

Discovery XXV: Disco 4x4 celebrates 25 years with special edition luxo model

Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic: stupid name, but the Evoque finally gets the power it needs

McLaren

650S: New supercar bridges the gap between 12C and P1

Mini

Clubman concept: Mini wagon retuns with a healthy dopp of rationality

Mercedes

S-class Coupe: CL replacement can learn into corners, and be specced with crystal headlights

S65 AMG: The ultimate S-class uses a twin-turbocharged V12 to let dictators outrun democracy

S600: S65 too much for you? Try the non-AMG V12 S-class, with its less brawny V12 engine

Renault

Twingo: A 911 for for eight grand? The new Twingo seats four, is rear-engined, and rear-wheel drive!

Peugeot

108: cute city car is the replacement for the best-selling 107

308 SW: Smart-looking, big-booted Pug wagon got the thumbs up from CAR readers in our first official pictures story

Porsche

919 Hybrid LMP1: Porsche's return to Le Mans enters the home straight with the full reveal of its endurance racer

Skoda

Vision C concept: ostensibly the poor-man's Mercedes CLS, but it's based on the excellent new Octavia

Vauxhall

Adam Rocks: meet the convertible crossover supermini. Yes, really. No, we're not joking

Astra VXR Extreme: mental hot hatch meets GT3 RS treatment

VW

Polo facelift: revised exterior, interior and engines for comprehensively tweaked supermini

Scirocco facelift: forget the tweaked looks: it's the 'Roc's extra power we're excited for



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