- Highlghts from exclusive motor show preview evening
- New metal from Skoda to Bugatti and everywhere between
- Read about the new cars coming to our roads first on Parkers
Tonight, on the eve of the Geneva Motor Show, Parkers was on-hand to bring you the highlights from the new vehicles unveiled on the stand.
So, without further ado. here's what the Volkswagen Group - that's VW, Audi, SEAT, Skoda, Lamborghini, Bentley, Bugatti and Porsche - had to offer on this busy night in Switzerland.
VW Sport Coupe Concept GTE - concept car with plug-in hybrid drive. It uses a TSI petrol engine and two electric motors with a total power of 375bhp, while promising a fuel efficiency of 118mpg.
VW says in all-electric mode the range is 31 miles, while 0-62mpg can be dispatched in five seconds in GTE mode.
Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 Superveloce - has a 6.5-litre engine that produces 750hp. It uses a four-wheel drive system to help put all that power down, accelerating from 0-62mph in 2.8 seconds. The V12 engine managed to make itself heard even over the noise of the busy preview night.
SEAT 20V20 concept - a vision of how a SEAT crossover could look, with a tough SUV appearance and all-wheel drive. Possible powertrains include diesel and plug in hybrid, with up to 296bhp on offer. It has a high-tech all digital dashboard, encompassing the dials and centre console.
Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 - wears Bentley's experimental "EXP" nomenclature and promises two-seats and high performance. It fuses classic Bentley styling with modern looks and is a showcase for British handcrafting.
Skoda Superb - Enjoying its second global airing the Superb looks great in top level Laurin and Klement trim, complete with chrome finished wheels.
Porsche Cayman GT4 - one of the crowd favourites, the hardcore version of Porsche's mid engine sports car made a bold arrival at the preview event in bright yellow paint.
Bugatti Veyron La Finale - the 450th and final model has been created as a homage to the ground breaking Veyron.