The fastest and the slowest new vehicles unveiled in Geneva are both electric.
Self-driving technology is breaking into the mainstream market – just as the next high-tech auto trends take shape at the Geneva Motor Show.
We will see a whole host of new vehicles from the likes of Aston Martin, Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Honda, Mercedes and many more.
If you have €2 million and you order quickly you might just get one
The world’s first guilt-free “hypercar” has been unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show.
Automobili Pininfarina’s Battista is electric and has a top speed of 350 kph, making it one of the fastest road cars on the planet.
It was voted Europe's best new car at the Geneva International Motor Show.
All around the world there are new companies sparking into life, turning beautiful classic cars into high-tech EVs.
We look back at some of the top videos from this week's No Comment section.
The Rimac hypercar, Jaguar I-PACE and Morgan EV3 showcase the electric trend at the Geneva International Motor Show
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The 88th Geneva International Motor Show, the first on the European auto industry calendar in 2018, will welcome more than 10,000 accredited media from around the world
Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali tells euronews what will be the highlight this year for the Italian carmaker
Euronews interviews Linda Jackson, CEO of Citroën, at the Geneva International Motor Show
Diesel cars sales are declining in Europe but automakers are divided over plans to meet looming EU environmental targets
The Volvo XC40 has been named Car of the Year 2018, beating six other finalists: the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Audi A8, BMW 5-Series, Citroen C3 Aircross, Kia Stinger and Seat Ibiza.
The 88th Geneva International Motor Show is here with 110 world and European car premieres from top car brands.