Once upon a time, so we hear, journalists covering huge
motor shows spent their days scribbling thoughtfully in pads before retiring to
five-star suites to scribble a careful 2500 word analysis of the catalytic
converter in the new Vauxhall Vectra.
Which would then appear some time the following month.
But technology doesn’t just mean better
cars at the shows these days. The Geneva Motor Show is now also full of scruffy
men and women pointing shiny new phones at the world’s most exciting new metal
before firing off a snap 140 character assessment on Twitter.
Still, we have to admit it’s a great
way to show you everything – and this is what Top Gear’s finest have been up to at @BBC_TopGear
during the show.
So here you go: the entire Geneva
Motor Show in 140 characters or less (apologies for some of the less than perfect photography)