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March 4, 2008

GENEVA MOTOR SHOW

Motor Shows are always glitzy affairs and this year's 78th international show in Geneva is as glitzy as ever. In the background to this year's show are industry concerns over recession in the US, high oil prices and increasing environmental pressures. Perhaps unsurprisingly, small cars are taking centre stage and the Green theme picks up where Frankfurt, Tokyo and Detroit left off.

Motor Shows are always glitzy affairs and this year’s 78th international show in Geneva is as glitzy as ever. In the background to this year’s show are industry concerns over recession in the US, high oil prices and increasing environmental pressures. Perhaps unsurprisingly, small cars are taking centre stage and the Green theme picks up where Frankfurt, Tokyo and Detroit left off.


In order to help you keep up with the Geneva product blitz and the developing news around the show, we’ve brought together key Geneva-related items covered on just-auto in one place, below. Just click on the links for more.


GENEVA: Tata shows Nano, quiet on Ford buy


GENEVA: Renault dumps Megane three-door


GENEVA: Ssangyong to eye potential buyers closely


GENEVA SHOW: Kia Soul for production next year


GENEVA SHOW: Peugeot to rationalise new 308 wagon line


GENEVA SHOW: BYD’s bid to break the Chinese mould


GENEVA SHOW: Europe plant will help Hyundai UK double sales


GENEVA SHOW: Meriva concept doors will make production


GENEVA SHOW: New baby Toyota has lowest CO2 emissions


GENEVA SHOW: Daimler mulls small Mercs for US


GENEVA SHOW: GM shows next-generation hybrid


GENEVA SHOW: Chrysler eyes export sales double


GENEVA SHOW: No show deal but Tata-Ford talks still on


GENEVA SHOW: New look for famous trademark


GENEVA SHOW: Ford model name change debate “heated”


GENEVA SHOW: Chevrolet could rival Opel/Vauxhall in Europe


GENEVA SHOW: Dragonfly wings inspire concept’s doors


GENEVA SHOW: Peugeot shuns hot-hatch segment


GENEVA SHOW: Nissan plans sub-Micra city car


GENEVA SHOW: Bentley to prioritise biofuel


GENEVA SHOW: Volvo eyes XC60 for sales boost


GENEVA SHOW: Wraps off Ford Europe’s Fiesta and Fuga


GENEVA PREVIEW: Ford plans low-CO2 Fiesta


GERMANY: Mercedes to push fuel efficient versions next year


GENEVA PREVIEW: VW readies BlueMotion MPV


GENEVA PREVIEW: All eyes on the Meriva doors


GENEVA PREVIEW: GM concept to show off ‘FlexDoors’ innovation


GENEVA PREVIEW: Busy Saab readies new baby


GENEVA PREVIEW [more photos added 15:35GMT]: Mitsubishi readies Europe C-segment hatchback


GENEVA PREVIEW: Fiat to show two eco concepts at Geneva


GERMANY: Mercedes develops ‘eco’ variant strategy


GENEVA PREVIEW: Volvo readies its new ‘sporty crossover’


GENEVA PREVIEW: Fiat readies 500 Abarth


GENEVA PREVIEW [updated 15:30GMT]: New Kia Soul to challenge Scion?


GENEVA PREVIEW: Infiniti plans brand and model launches


GENEVA PREVIEW: Toyota readies production iQ


GENEVA PREVIEW: Cute city car coming


ITALY: Lancia plans Second Life model launch


GENEVA PREVIEW; Mazda to show 3-door 2; Suzuki the A-Star


GENEVA PREVIEW: Skoda flagship ready for debut


DETROIT SHOW: Chinese maker claims breakthrough EV technology

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