Top 10 Most-Anticipated Cars to Debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show [SLIDESHOW]

  • Lindsay Bjerregaard
FEBRUARY 17, 2016

Switzerland has long been neutral ground—and we’re not talking about politics. Because the country lacks its own auto industry, the annual Geneva International Motor Show—taking place March 3 through 13—is the perfect place for global automotive manufacturers to show off their goods on a level playing field. And many performance and luxury brands from Europe like Ferrari, Audi, and Aston Martin take full advantage. This year’s show promises to be packed with exciting new debuts, ranging from high-end production cars to limited-edition versions of designer performance brands. Here are the top 10 premieres (whether rumored or confirmed) that we are most excited to see. (salon-auto.ch)

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