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Videos: Geneva Motor Show 2009

2009-03-04 14:17
The 2009 Geneva Motor Show has been a superb showcase of automotive creativity. Nissan's funky Qazana concept, the mindblowing Aston Martin One-77 and VW's all new Polo were just some of models unveiled at this year's show.

Check out what manufacturers had on offer at the Geneva Motor Show:

Aston Martin:
Aston Martin shows off its audacious One-77 supercar.

Audi:
Audi unveiled three new models: A4 Allroad Quattro, TT RS and S5 Cabriolet.

Bentley:
Bentley CEO Franz-Josef Paefgen unveils the Continental Supersports.

Ferrari:
Ferrari presented two new models - the 599 HGTE and 599XX.

Fiat:
Fiat's Lorenzo Sistino presents the new 500C.

Ford:
Ford reveals its Iosis MAX concept car.

General Motors:
GM unveiled three world premieres at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show: Chevrolet Spark, Saab's 9-3X and the Opel Ampera.

Hyundai:
Hyundai uncovers its ix-onic concept car, the new three-door i20 and the i30 Blue.

Kia:
Kia debuts it trendy No 3 compact MPV concept.

Lamborghini:

Lamborghini shows off its monstrous Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce.

Lexus:
The Lexus RX 450h and Hybrid Drive made their Europeon debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

Mazda:
During their press conference at the Geneva Motor Show, Mazda presented the new 3 MPS and 3 i-stop.

Maserati:
Maserati presented the Gran Turismo S Automatic and the Quattroporte Sport GT S.

Mercedes:
Mercedes-Benz debuts the new E-Class and the E-Class coupe.

Nissan:
Nissan takes the wraps off its funky Qazana concept car and unveils its new NV200.

Opel:
Carl-Peter Forster, president of GM Europe, presented the new Opel Ampera.

Peugeot:
During their press conference at the Geneva Motor Show Peugeot presents the new 3008.

Renault:
Jerome Stoll, Renault Executive Vice President, unveiled six new models - Clio, Mégane, Scénic and Grand Scenic, as well as Clio Renault Sport and Mégane Renault.

Subaru:
Subaru has marked the twentieth anniversary of its Legacy sedan with the debut of its next-generation sedan.

Suzuki:
Focusing on eco-friendly techonoly Suzuki revealed the new Alto.

Tata:
Tata presented the Nano Europa, Prima and the Indica Vista EV.

Volkswagen:
Perhaps the most important car to be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show is VW’s all-new Polo.

Volvo:
Volvo CEO Stephen Odell presented 7 DRIVe cars - V70, S80, XC60, XC70, S40, C30 and the new S80.



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