Geneva Motor Show 2019

Fiat Concept Centoventi taps modularity to make an affordable EV

Fiat Concept Centoventi taps modularity to make an affordable EV

You can't accuse Fiat of having mild ambitions with the Fiat Concept Centoventi. The new concept EV made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2019 this week along with a considerable boast from the automaker: that it represents a coming wave of affordable, democratizing electric mobility options unlike anything on the market today.

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5 reasons the Alfa Romeo Tonale is something special

5 reasons the Alfa Romeo Tonale is something special

The Geneva Motor Show 2019 isn't short on SUVs, but the Alfa Romeo Tonale concept manages to stand out by virtue of its combination of style and brand-firsts. Smaller sibling to the Stelvio, the new compact SUV previews a plug-in hybrid powertrain and a whole new selection of dashboard technology. Read on for what you need to know about the new Tonale.

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Nissan’s IMQ crossover concept makes some big promises

Nissan’s IMQ crossover concept makes some big promises

The Nissan IMQ concept crossover may have been cooked up to catch attention at the Geneva Motor Show 2019, but its influences look set to linger in the automaker's range in the years to come. The latest in a series of Nissan SUVs, the IMQ features not only the newest design language from the company's studios, but an e-POWER drivetrain that promises more flexibility along with more frugality.

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Lagonda is tearing up car lore and I’m fascinated

Lagonda is tearing up car lore and I’m fascinated

It felt almost illicit when I did it. Waiting for the scrum of automotive media to clear a gap within the clamshell door embrace of the Lagonda All-Terrain Concept so that I could lean in and take photos, I found myself pressed almost up against the interior door trim of the super-luxe electric SUV. And so, carefully, surreptitiously, I ran my finger down it.

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The McLaren Grand Tourer: What we know about the breakout GT

The McLaren Grand Tourer: What we know about the breakout GT

McLaren is readying a new grand tourer, a brand new sports car that will step outside of the company's existing Sports, Super, and Ultimate Series lines. Described by the automaker as "the McLaren of Grand Touring," the new model will try to strike a balance between the speed and agility that the company is known for, and the very specific requirements of a vehicle intended for long road-trips.

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Get used to VW ID.

Get used to VW ID.

Volkswagen will keep its ID. branding for its all-electric cars, as the automaker settles on a naming scheme ahead of the first MEB-based vehicles arriving at dealerships. The sub-brand was first used back in 2017 when Volkswagen first showed off the original VW I.D. concept, the electric city car that spawned a series of EVs.

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The Mazda CX-30 makes perfect sense (apart from the name)

The Mazda CX-30 makes perfect sense (apart from the name)

What comes between Mazda's CX-3 and CX-5 SUVs? If you said "CX-4" then you lose, because confusingly it's actually the Mazda CX-30 that slots in-between the two existing models and could well be the automaker's most popular crossover to-date.

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VW’s wild I.D. BUGGY could get a US launch – and that’s just the start

VW’s wild I.D. BUGGY could get a US launch – and that’s just the start

There's unexpected good news about Volkswagen's I.D. BUGGY, the all-electric reboot of the classic 60s dune buggy that was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show this week. The bright green activity EV is intended to showcase just what VW can do with its MEB electric vehicle platform - or, indeed, what other automakers could do.

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Pininfarina Battista 1,900hp electric hypercar is outrageous

Pininfarina Battista 1,900hp electric hypercar is outrageous

0-62 mph in under two seconds, a top speed of over 217 mph, and up to 1,900 horsepower to play with: nobody is going to accuse the Pininfarina Battista of being slow. Debuting at the Geneva Motor Show 2019, the "most powerful road-legal car ever designed and built in Italy" is no mere EV concept.

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Aston Martin AM-RB 003 takes Valkyrie hybrid hypercar tech to the road

Aston Martin AM-RB 003 takes Valkyrie hybrid hypercar tech to the road

Aston Martin has a new hypercar to tease us with, with the AM-RB 003 following in the mid-engined tire tracks of the Valkyrie and Valkyrie AMR Pro. Revealed at the Geneva Motor Show 2019, the third in the series borrows Valkyrie tech - which itself leaned heavily on the automaker's F1 experience - though makes it more practical and more road-suited than its predecessors.

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Lagonda All-Terrain Concept previews Aston Martin’s luxe e-SUV

Lagonda All-Terrain Concept previews Aston Martin’s luxe e-SUV

The Lagonda All-Terrain Concept is not your typical luxury SUV. Taking aim at a category which has exploded with ultra-expensive, super-powerful, and conspicuously luxurious options in the past few years, the Aston Martin sub-brand's new concept SUV for the Geneva Motor Show 2019 manages to still stand out from the crowd.

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Audi Q4 e-tron concept teases more affordable e-SUV for 2021

Audi Q4 e-tron concept teases more affordable e-SUV for 2021

The Audi e-tron SUV may not be for everyone so, freshly unveiled today at the Geneva International Motorshow, is the all-new Audi Q4 e-tron concept. It's a compact four-door SUV, smaller than the existing e-tron, but borrowing its styling and its drivetrain tech. According to Audi's Marc Lichte, this very concept is coming to production form with very few, minor changes, in 2021.

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