The Geneva Motor Show is one of our favourite events of the year, not to mention the largest of its kind in Europe. It’s a place for the world’s car manufacturers to meet on neutral ground and show off their latest models, both production and concept, to the assembled public and press. It’s not the only motor show in the world, but it’s arguably the most influential, and on the ‘media preview day’ next Tuesday, March 5th, there’s bound to be big news. Here’s what we can reasonably anticipate at the show in terms of new and prototype models. Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo’s return to Formula 1 will take centre stage on its Geneva stand this year, though fans of the Italian brand’s road cars will not be disappointed. A revamped Giulietta hatchback will make its debut in Veloce and Executive trim, the former being powered (rather oddly, all things considered) by a 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine. It looks great, but the Giulietta is pretty average in comparison to more mainstream players in the C-segment space. The Stelvio will be in Geneva in ‘Turizmo Internazionale’ specification, too. The Ti badge has been fastened to a 276bhp version of the brand’s… Read full this story
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