Taking place from 9 to 19 March, the 87th edition of the Geneva International Motor Show celebrated Europe's return to growth in car sales, with levels last seen in 2008.
Highlights include new supercars from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Pagani, McLaren and Bentley alongside new category entrants of “crossover” vehicles (CUVs), which combine features taken from sports utility vehicles (SUVs) with those of passenger cars - the segment, including fashionable urban four-wheel drive vehicles, now makes up nearly 30 percent of the European car market.
Some 180 companies will be present at the 10-day show. Last year's show attracted 687,000 visitors.
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