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New cars at the Geneva Motor Show

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New cars at Geneva 2014
 Make/modelOur thoughts
Alfa Romeo 4C SpiderThe Alfa Romeo 4C is an unusually lightweight compact sports car and the 4C Spider Design preview chops the roof off to preview the upcoming 4C Spider convertible.
Audi S1Audi's S1 quattro hot hatch makes its debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. We have all the details of the flagship A1, including prices and performance figures.
Audi TTWhile Audi has been consistent with the styling formula of the TT, the work that's taken place underneath the recognisable body should make a significant difference.
BMW 2 Series Active TourerBMW's first front-wheel-drive car is the 2 Series Active Tourer MPV. But what else does the new model debut?
BMW 4 Series Gran CoupeThe BMW  4 Series Gran Coupe is the third and final 4 Series variant. Is it the best?
BMW X3BMW's updated X3 offers sleeker styling than its predecessor and more efficient engines. The new design also makes the X3 look like a smaller version of BMW's popular new X5.
Citroen C1This cheeky Swiss themed Citroen city car gives a strong indication of the styling and performance of the new C1 city car.
Citroen C4 CactusIt might look odd, but low prices and efficient engines could make the C4 Cactus a strong seller.
Fiat Panda CrossWith all-wheel drive, increased ground clearance and all season tyres, the Fiat Panda Cross gains extra off-road ability over the Panda 4x4.
Ford FocusThe new 2014 Ford Focus has Fiesta-inspired looks and a much-improved interior, with a colour touchscreen for the first time. Ford promises that suspension tweaks will keep it top of the class for handling, too.
Honda Civic Type RType R fans have had to wait some time for a next generation of the high-performance Civic, but if the concept car unveiled at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show is anything to go by, hot hatch fans won't mind the wait.
Hyundai Intrado crossoverThe Intrado is an ultra-light, ultra-efficient concept from Hyundai.
Kia Soul EVThe Kia Soul EV is an electric version of Kia's quirky off-roader style people carrier – and Kia's first electric car to be sold across the globe.
Mazda Hazumi (Mazda2)The current Mazda 2 has been on sale since 2007, so is due to be replaced in the very near future. We won't see the final production model until the end of 2014, but Mazda's given us an indication of what it will look like with the preview of the Hazumi concept.
Mercedes S-class coupeThe Mercedes Benz S-class may be the pinnacle of luxury car technology but the new S-class Coupe adds a lot more style to the mix, with its sleek silhouette and plush interior.
Mini Clubman conceptHot on the heels of the Mk3 Mini hatchback, BMW has revealed a second car on its new platform, the design concept of the forthcoming Clubman estate.
Nissan JukeThe Juke is the originator of the compact SUV segment. But as more carmakers have latched onto the idea of a supermini-sized SUV, Nissan has upped its game and listened to consumer opinion before refreshing the model to keep it ahead of the game.
Peugeot 108The successor to Peugeot's popular and reliable 107 city car makes its public debut at Geneva 2014. We've got all the details so far.
Peugeot 308 SWPeugeot's latest hatchback has been redesigned with a new style and weight-savings in mind - is there substance to the style?
Renault TwingoTwelve years after the birth of the original Twingo, Renault has teamed up with Daimler to revolutionise the French city car, with the big news being a rear-engine rear-wheel-drive layout.
Skoda Octavia Scout estateWith raised suspension, all-wheel drive and bold styling the Octavia Scout offers a little extra off-road ability over the standard Octavia Estate and makes its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show.
Suzuki CelerioSuzuki is known for its small cars and the new Celerio city car looks to be one of the smallest. This new car will be sold around the world and should be one of the UK's cheapest cars when it arrives.
Toyota AygoHas Toyota put the fun back in town driving with the latest Aygo? Find out what's special about the new city runabout.
Vauxhall Adam RocksChunkier styling and added ground clearance transform Vauxhall's Adam city car into the Adam Rocks.
Vauxhall Adam SVauxhall thinks the Adam can take more power (and after driving the launch engine range, so do we), and as a result has released an S version, packing more punch and upgraded stopping equipment.
VW Golf GTE Plug-in hybridWe've had the Golf GTI, the Golf GTD and the Golf R. So when VW talked of adding a fourth performance variant to the existing range, few might have expected it to be a plug-in hybrid. Say hello to the Golf GTE.
VW PoloVolkswagen has given its popular Polo supermini a thorough overhaul with updated engines and new styling inside and out. The Polo also inherits kit from the Golf including lots of new safety equipment.
VW SciroccoThe VW Scirocco has been on sale in the UK since 2008 – an age in car terms – and so VW has updated it with new styling inside and out, and updated engines to bring it up to date.
VW T-Roc ConceptWith the massive success of the Nissan Juke, everyone is after a piece of the supermini-sized SUV segment. And now VW is looking to enter the game, previewing what their version could look like with the T-ROC concept.

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