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2018-03-08 07:30

Image: AFP / Harold Cunningham

Geneva - European automakers have unveiled some glittering machinery at this year's Geneva motor show.

BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Porsche all paraded four-door performance cars, while Jaguar revealed its first all-electric car, the I-Pace. 

Mercedes-Benz showed off a new version of its popular A-Class hatchback and supercar heavyweight Ferrari had the hardcore 488 Pista on their scarlet stand. 

We've picked out 10 cars unveiled at the Geneva motor show. From awesome looking concepts to the next-generation Mercedes-Benz A-Class, here's your eye-candy fix of automotive metal. 

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1. Jaguar I-Pace 

Jaguar’s new I-Pace at the Geneva motor show. It will arrive in ???? in 2019.

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2. Volkswagen I.D Vizzion

New models shown at Geneva: Volkswagen I.D Vizzion.

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3. Volvo Polestar One 

The new Polestar 1 Coupe at the Geneva motor show.

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4. Ferrari 488 Pista 

5. Porsche GT3 RS 

6. Mercedes-AMG GT four door Coupe

WATCH: Mercedes-AMG reveals new GT four-door coupe.

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7. BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe 

WATCH: BMW showed off its Concept M8 Gran Coupe at the Geneva motor show. ??

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8. Mercedes-Benz A-Class

Some of the the new models seen at the Geneva motor show.

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9. Audi A6 

The new Audi A6 made its official debut at the Geneva motor show this week.

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10. Lexus UX 


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