The Geneva motor show is one of the biggest automotive exhibitions on the calendar, traditionally playing host to particularly high-profile unveilings from the world’s biggest car makers.
The 2019 edition is already shaping up to be a hotbed of activity, with a number of eagerly anticipated reveals expected from Audi, BMW, Polestar and Renault to name but a few. Here’s a list of the important models we’ll learn more about when the show gets underway on 7 March.
Audi electric SUV concept
The expansion of Audi’s E-tron range of electric vehicles continues, with the brand expected to reveal an electric compact SUV concept that will fit between the Q2 and Q3.
Based upon the Volkswagen Group’s MEB EV platform, the as-yet-unnamed SUV is likely to become Aud's biggest-selling electric car when it arrives in 2021, thanks to a competitive pricing strategy. The new model will take design inspiration from the E-tron GT concept and be one of 12 electric vehicles launched by Audi before 2025.