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Geneva Motor Show 2012

  • See our coverage from the Geneva Motor Show
  • Important new cars and concepts revealed
  • Exclusive news and pictures from the show

The Geneva Motor Show is one of the biggest motor shows in the world. It's where many manufacturers show off all-new models, as well as some updated favourites and the latest in engine and green technology.

Based in the Geneva Palexpo Centre in Switzerland, is considered to be one of the most important shows in the world.

This event, the 82nd of its kind, saw the reveal of many major models including the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class, Bentley's concept 4x4 and the new Audi A3.

Parkers reported live from the show, so read on for our A-to-Z rundown from Geneva 2012.

For an in-depth analysis of the major talking points of the show, click here for a video from three of the most respected motoring commentators in the business courtesy of sister publication Car Magazine.

Audi

All-new A3 model revealed along with the RS4.

Bentley

The manufacturer reveals its first concept 4x4, called the EXP 9 F.

BMW

Three ‘6' models on show including the X6, 6 Series Gran Coupe and M6.

Citroen

Racing-inspired version of the DS4 revealed along with C4 Aircross crossover.

Dacia

Budget Renault spin-off company displays new seven seat model.

Ferrari

Italian company premieres the 599 replacement – the 720bhp F12.

Fiat

Fiat's small car successes look set to continue with a five-door 500.

Ford

Production version of the small B-Max people-carrier with no B-pillars revealed.

Honda

New CR-V model gets its first airing along with NSX Supercar.

Hyundai

Latest version of the i30 Tourer and all-new i20 are unveiled.

Infiniti

Nissan’s high-end spin-off reveals a new range-extender concept.

Jaguar

Load-lugging version of the XF is the star attraction for Jaguar.

Kia

The South Korean firm’s progression continues with new cee’d.

Land Rover

British car maker brings a convertible version of the popular Evoque to the show.

Lexus

Facelifted hybrid RX 450h 4x4 unveiled, along with hybrid sports concept.

Lotus

New convertible version of high-performance Exige S revealed.

Maserati

The GranTurismo Sport is the star attraction at the Maserati stand.

Mazda

Mazda’s main event is the reveal of the Takeri concept, which is set to be the replacement to the Mazda6.

Mercedes-Benz

The German manufacturer reveals an all-new version of its A-Class.

MINI

Numerous models graced the MINI stand, including a van concept and a hot version of the Countryman.

Mitsubishi

Japanese manufacturer shows off all-new Outlander 4x4.

Nissan

The Invitation concept, a small hatchback model, is the star of the show.

Peugeot

With the new 208 model on the way, the French firm is now showing off a new GTi Concept version.

Porsche

All-new Boxster revealed, along with new versions of the Panamera and 911 convertible.

Rolls-Royce

Series II model of Rolls-Royce Phantom revealed

SEAT

Toledo concept car revealed, along with new Ibiza models

Skoda

Skoda’s small city car gets its full premiere in five-door form.

SsangYong

A convertible crossover concept is the big news for SsangYong.

Subaru

Lightweight rear-wheel-drive BRZ sports car is unveiled along with new Impreza.

Suzuki

A Swift range extender and a rather garish concept car are the key unveils for Suzuki.

Toyota

Japanese firm rolls out its hybrid system to the latest Yaris model.

Vauxhall

Vauxhall’s main attractions include the Astra VXR and a small crossover model.

Volkswagen

German maker shows off a GTi version of its Golf drop-top.

Volvo

Volvo takes aim at the Audi A3 and BMW 1 Series with new model.