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This will be the 84th edition of this fantastic motor show and the program for this year includes more than 900 vehicles, a test track for electric cars and an exhibition which takes a look back at the 90 years of the famous Le Mans 24 Hours race.
The Show expects around 700,000 visitors to attend over the 12 day period, but if like us, you are forced to enjoy the show from the comfort of your home computer, why not check out the Telegraph’s live blog which promises to keep people up to date with all the action as it happens at the show.
In the meantime, we’ve included a few of the cars below which are set to go on display at the Geneva Motor Show 2014. Which one would YOU like to take home?
Mercedes-Benz S-class Coupe
The new Mercedes-Benz S-class coupe is a variant of the existing S-class saloon which came out in 2013 and is proving to be popular with those seeking a comfortable ride, composed handling and a luxurious cabin. The Coupe includes the Saloon’s adaptive suspension system called Magic Body Control to its already comprehensive list of advanced technology – a system which “reads” the road to improve ride comfort, but it adds a “curve tilting” function which can sense a bend in the road, lean the car into it and reduce its lateral acceleration.
So far, we’ve only seen a series of sketches for Audi’s brand new TT sports car, but from what we’ve seen Audi are sticking with the original and highly successful design formula which dates back to the popular car’s initial launch in 1998. Look out for the new model on March 4th!
Volkswagen Golf GTE
The new VW Golf GTE is the new plug-in hybrid car due to be unveiled at the Show. The ‘E’ stands for ‘electric’ and the new GTE aims to combine the dynamics of the petrol Golf GTI with the cleanliness of electric driving. The GTE can reach a top speed of 81mph using its electric motor alone and VW claim it’s capable of combined mileage as high as 188mpg, with 35g/km of CO2.
Volvo Concept Estate
The new Concept Estate from Volvo is a bold interpretation of the most classic Volvo heritage – the estate car. The exterior design echoes that of the iconic Volvo 1800 ES from back in the early 1970’s but adds modern features such as a low bonnet, a glass roof, the new ‘floating’ grille and T-shaped DRL light guides. But the most striking feature of the concept estate is its cabin. For the first time, Volvo will unveil at Geneva how the interior of Volvo’s upcoming models will both look and function.