The Geneva Motor Show is known to be the largest motor show event and there would be no different this year as well. The carmakers from all over the world are getting ready to descend upon Switzerland and offer the latest supercars and the mass-market models. Lots of cars are signing up for Geneva and the following have been confirmed.
The Audi A6 is among the oldest of the sedans and the brand has confirmed that the new model would be making its way to debut at Geneva and would look much like the A8. The Audi E-Tron would be revealed at the Geneva show and is racing with the I-Pace from Jaguar to be revealed in production form. Both of them have been seen in the form of a concept and would not stray far from the suggested features. The Bentayga V8 has been revealed by Bentley but the first presence would be at Geneva. It would sit beside the first electrified plug-in hybrid version from the brand. The BMW X4 had been first brought out in 2014 and a new generation would be coming to the forefront this year. Another hot M40i variant of the X3 is also being expected. The Ferrari 488 GTO is also making it to the show with a lot of talks about what lies underneath the bonnet.
The new facelifted Ford Edge will see the European version after the Detroit motor show that revealed the American variant. The Kia Cee'd had been revealed at Detroit where it was a Forte sedan. The new five-door hatchback version would be revealed at Geneva. The Hyundai Kona Electric would be bringing in an electric variant to the market, offering a range of 386 km. The Jaguar I-Pace would be coming into the market and 2018 is becoming a time for the electric SUVs. It would be a direct rival of the Tesla Model X.