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Geneva Motor Show 2020

Gallery: (not the) Geneva Motor Show 2020

All the best images from the show floor. Oh, wait

  • As you may or may not be aware, this week's Geneva Motor Show was cancelled after the Swiss government banned gatherings of more than 1,000 people to try and limit the spread of coronavirus. So many manufacturers, who'd all been planning glitzy reveals of interesting new cars, were forced to pack up, go home and rethink. Click through the gallery to see what could have been...

    Photography: Philipp Rupprecht for Top Gear

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  • (not the) Porsche 911 Turbo S

    If you're one of the men pictured, click these words to read about the car whose stand you're dismantling. 

  • (not the) Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport

    Something Bugatti didn't tell you about the Chiron Pur Sport: it can be stored in a small wooden crate when not in use.*

    *This definitely isn't true.

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  • (not the) Aston Martin V12 Speedster

    This pallet-moving device has some things in common with the Aston V12 Speedster. Erm... neither have windscreens?

  • (not the) Bentley Bacalar

    "Which way to Crewe? Bentley forgot zis box of branded napkins."

  • (not the) Polestar Precept

    In honour of Sweden's most famous export, Polestar's Precept is also flat-packed. 

  • (not the) McLaren 765LT

    McLaren's HQ is so clean and tidy, we bet seeing this mess gave them all aneurysms. 

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  • (not the) Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA

    The new GTA's extending arm makes it much more practical than the standard Giulia. 

  • (not the) VW Golf GTI

    VW had planned to reveal the GTI, GTE and GTD at Geneva. Maybe they're hidden in some of those boxes...

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  • (not the) Audi A3 Sportback

    Audi's stand, which may or may not be based on the same platform as VW's stand, looks almost finished.

  • (not the) BMW i4

    We're assuming the i4 would've gone somewhere under that big BMW sign. Just a hunch.

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