The show was packed with debuts, ranging from the subcompact Lexus LF-SA concept to the 1,500-horsepower Koenigsegg Regera.
The Swedish megacar boasts an extraordinary 1,500 horsepower and 1,475 lb-ft of torque, allowing the car to reach 249 mph in less than 20 seconds.
Honda's new Civic Type R packs 300 horsepower.
The Veyron's production run has come to an end.
Bentley has a new sports car concept in Geneva.
Bentley's Continental GT has arrived in Geneva with a fresh face.
The company has confirmed production intentions for the QX30, with a market arrival in 2016.
Toyota storms ahead in overall gains; Ford and Volkswagen lag. Hyundai, Infiniti show signs of life.
Porsche reveals the new 911 GT3 RS in Geneva.
The LF-SA could preview Lexus' upcoming entry-level model.
Jeep's iconic off-roader gets a blacked-out grille, wheels and trim, with a choice between diesel and gasoline engines.
Comes with a trailer full of Jeep's new Connect Live infotainment system.
Mercedes is giving the racing treatment to its AMG GT sports car.
The second-gen Superb rides on Volkswagen's modular MQB platform.
The Alltrack sits an inch higher than a stock Passat Variant.
The concept may be doubling as the first look at the next-generation Optima
VW will debut a new four-door coupe concept in Geneva.
Mercedes is reviving its iconic Pullman name for its latest Mercedes-Maybach model.
The Vintage '57 pays homage to the original Fiat 500.
The second-gen R8 packs up to 610 horsepower from a 5.2-liter V10.
McLaren is showing off its most powerful car to date in Geneva.
The Kadjar is aimed at the heart of the compact crossover segment.
The G500 4x4Â² previews an extreme version of the iconic G-Class.
The Focus RS packs a 2.3-liter four-cylinder EcoBoost engine that makes well over 315 horsepower.