Geneva 2015: Motor Show Live

  • Live coverage from the floor of one of the biggest motor shows
  • Worth the wait? Tells you all you need to know about news unfolding
  • Keep checking back for live updates and follow us on Twitter for more

Welcome to our live coverage of the Geneva Motor Show 2015.

Every year the automotive industry takes over Geneva in Switzerland for a celebration of the latest new cars set to hit our roads over the next few years.

Our expert team of reporters is out at the show to provide you with a unique insight into events as they unfold.

We’ll be covering the whole thing on Twitter, so make sure you hit the follow button, but also adding our own opinion on the cars on show via our all-new ‘Worth the Wait?’ feature in each of the manufacturer pages below, which provides valuable information fresh from the show floor from our team of crack car gurus.

We have already seen some major cars unveiled by VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda and Bentley and you can see what they were here.

On this page you’ll find an A-Z guide to our coverage of every major car manufacturer.

Aston MartinLagonda Taraf, DBX Concept, Vantage GT3, Vulcan

AudiQ7, RS3, R8 and Prologue concept

BMW: 1 Series facelift, 2 Series Convertible, 2 Series Gran Tourer, 6 Series facelift

BentleyEXP 10 Speed 6, refreshed Continental GT

Citroen: Berlingo Multispace facelift, C4 update, Berlingo Mountain Vibe concept

DS: 5 facelift

Ferrari: 488 GTB

Fiat: 500 Vintage '57 and Doblo Trekking

Honda: Jazz, Civic Type R, HR-V

Hyundai: i20 Coupe, i30 Turbo, Tucson, i30 and i40 facelifts

Infiniti: QX30 Concept

Kia: Ceed GT Line, Picanto facelift, Sportspace concept

Land Rover: Evoque facelift

Lexus: GS-F supersaloon, LA-SA concept and LF-C2 concept

MazdaCX-3, MX-5, 2, CX-5 facelift

MINI: Countryman Park Lane Edition

Mitsubishi: concept hints at new ASX

Peugeot: facelifted 208

Porsche: 911 GT3 RS, Cayman GT4

Renault: Kadjar crossover and hotter Renaultsport Clio

Skoda: Superb 

Ssangyong: new small SUV called Tivoli

Suzuki: iK-2 and iM-4 concept cars

Toyota: facelifts for Avensis and Auris, Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car

Vauxhall: new Viva, Corsa and OnStar connected car system

Volkswagen: Touran, Sharan facelift, Golf GTD and Passat Alltrack estates

Volvo: XC90, S60 and V60 Cross Country