A-Z of cars at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show

Tim Rodie
February 28, 2018

Take a look at all the new cars being unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show which runs from 6 to 18 March

The 2018 Geneva Motor Show runs from 6 to 18 of March, and will be home to some of the year’s biggest new car unveilings. Read on for a full list of the cars that will be revealed at the Swiss show.

Audi A6


The latest version of Audi’s big executive saloon car has been unveiled and it looks fantastic – check out everything you need to know about the 2018 Audi A6.

Audi e-Tron

If you’ve wanted an all-electric SUV that isn’t a Tesla then the wait will soon be over – along with the Jaguar I-Pace (below), the Audi e-Tron will likely be one of the first electric SUVs on sale. See our full Audi e-Tron news story for more info.

Bentley Bentayga hybrid

It’s unlikely anyone’s after a giant hybrid Bentley SUV in a bid to save the planet, but if the Bentayga hybrid borrows the Porsche Panamera’s V6 or V8 hybrid options then at least it’ll be cheap to tax, and may qualify for free London congestion charge.

BMW 8 Series


It’s been a while since BMW offered a big coupe that truly felt luxurious (sorry, 6 Series), and that’s exactly what the 8 Series promises. Not only does it look brilliant, but it should feature some fancy new technology that’ll trickle down to less expensive BMWs. See some photos BMW would rather you didn’t see over in our new BMW 8 Series guide.

BMW iX3

The BMW iX3 is an all-electric version of the BMW X3. And there’s a chance it’ll be revealed at the Geneva show – read our full guide to the BMW iX3 for more info.

BMW X4


The new X3 released early this year has already shown promise, so the coupe version of it – the X4 – will likely be just as good. It loses a bit of rear headroom compared to the X3, but it makes up for it with a dash more style. Read more about the new BMW X4.

Ferrari 488 Pista

If the normal 488 wasn’t quite fast enough for you, how about the 488 Pista? It uses a 700hp race-derived engine, has more downforce than you can shake a wind tunnel at and you’ll have to be invited to buy one.

Ford Edge facelift

The Ford Edge is a big SUV that hasn’t been in the UK long – however, an updated version is already kicking around in America, so we’ll see it come over here fairly soon.

Hyundai Kona Electric

The Hyundai Kona Electric has already been unveiled but will appear at the Geneva show – it brings near-silent running and peppy town performance to Hyundai’s funky small SUV.

Hyundai Santa Fe

If you’re after a well-equipped and reasonably priced seven-seater SUV then it may be worth waiting for the new Santa Fe – read our new Hyundai Santa Fe guide for more info.

Jaguar I-Pace


After what feels like years of teasing, Jaguar will finally unveil an uncamouflaged version of the I-Pace at the Geneva Motor Show. It’s a sporty all-electric SUV – our insider sources claim it’s incredibly quick up a mountain road. Read our I-Pace news story for more info.

Kia Ceed


Kia’s all-new Golf rival will lose an apostrophe and get an all-new interior and infotainment system, and – for the first time – there’ll be an estate option. Check out our Kia Ceed news story for official pictures.

Land Rover Range Rover SV Coupe

This three-door, four-seat Range Rover Coupe will be limited to just 999 cars and will likely be very expensive. Read all about it in our Range Rover SV Coupe guide.

Lexus UX


The Lexus UX will be a small SUV to rival the likes of the Audi Q3 and BMW X1 – it’s now been unveiled. Check out our Lexus UX story for the first official photos.

Mercedes A-Class


Mercedes has already unveiled the all-new A-Class, but it’ll get its first public showing at the Geneva Motor Show. With a whole new range of engines and infotainment systems, it’s set to give the Audi A3 Sportback a run for its money.

Mercedes-AMG GT4


This slinky four-door sporty Coupe will be a powerful V8-powered alternative to the likes of the Audi RS7 (when it goes on sale), the BMW 6 Series and the Porsche Panamera. See all our spy shots in our Mercedes GT4 news story.

Mercedes C-Class facelift

New headlights and a grille will likely be the only real exterior changes to the C-Class saloon, but inside it’ll get Mercedes’ latest infotainment systems, a new steering wheel and a few more subtle tweaks. See how it’ll look in our C-Class facelift spyshot story.

Peugeot 508

The new Peugeot 508 has been revealed – and it’ll be the French brand’s alternative to the likes of the Ford Mondeo, Vauxhall Insignia and VW Passat. Check out its striking looks in our new Peugeot 508 story.

SEAT Cupra Ateca

SEAT has unveiled the first car to be released under its standalone Cupra brand – the Cupra Ateca. Read our full story on the 300hp, 4×4 Cupra Ateca for more info.

SEAT Tarraco

Volkswagen Group’s Spanish brand has teased its Tarraco seven-seater SUV. It’ll be a rival to the Skoda Kodiaq and VW Tiguan Allspace, with which is shares most of its parts. Be among the first to see it in our SEAT Tarraco news story.

Skoda Fabia facelift

The Fabia won’t be properly replaced for a few years, but in the meantime, the Czech brand will give its small family car a smarter new look with new headlights and a more up-to-date infotainment system. Check out our Skoda Fabia facelift news story for more details.

Toyota Supra

The new version of the cult classic Toyota Supra will be unveiled at Geneva – this hard-top sportscar will share an engine and most of its components with the new BMW Z4, due later this year. Read our full Toyota Supra news story for a sneak peek.

Volkswagen Touareg

The new Touareg isn’t actually going to be unveiled at Geneva, but it’ll be shown off soon after, on 23 March in China. VW’s biggest SUV is so long in the tooth it can chew its own toenails – the new one will be lighter, more efficient and probably look like a giant Tiguan.

Volvo V60


The Volvo V60 estate will appear at Geneva but we’ve already had a look at it in the metal. Check out our Volvo V60 news story to see what it’ll look like.