The Geneva International Motor Show may be hosted at one of the smallest venues in the international auto show scene, but the Palexpo Arena, located right next to the Swiss city’s international airport, packs the strongest punch in the industry with over 100 debuts expected this year.
While other global shows have seen a disturbing number of manufacturers jumping ship, only a few major players will be absent from the motoring extravaganza in Switzerland, namely Ford, Hyundai, Jaguar-Land Rover and Volvo, though the latter’s Polestar sibling will be there with a world premiere.
For 2019, the Swiss show opens with the press and trade days on March 5-6, before welcoming the public on March 7-17. Besides a multitude of electric studies pointing towards upcoming production models, some of the most anticipated premieres include the eighth generation of the Volkswagen Golf and an SUV from Aston Martin’s sister brand Lagonda.
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Our handy preview guide that follows covers all the world and European production and concept car debuts and launches, as well as related reports. You can find more about each one of them by clicking the links below to read our full stories. We will be updating the list on a daily basis, so be sure to keep coming back. For the latest news, gossip and rumors, check out our dedicated Geneva International Motor Show hub over here.
Note: NC = Not Confirmed | F/L = Facelift