The 2003 Geneva Motor Show - photo gallery and review - March 2003
The European motor show calendar starts in earnest with the 'Salon international de l'auto' held in Geneva. The show runs from the 6th to the 16th of March 2003. Below are some tasty morsels from the show. Note that the image gallery will be updated regularly so be sure to pop back - you never know what you might find.
New Kamala concept SUV - looks like even Alfa Romeo must have one!
All-new GT Coupe makes its debut - based on the 156.
The GTV and Spider are facelifted with the elongated front grille. The facelifted GTV is fitted with the superb 3.2-litre V6 from the 156 GTA.
The Ti name is revived with a new range of options.
One of the stars of the show is the stunning Audi Nuvolari concept car. Read more here.
The long wheelbase A8 is launched. Read more here.
Airflite concept - basically a 4-door version of the production Crossfire. Interesting. Read more here.
The new Nubira debuts - the first product of the GM takeover - it looks good.
New Ferrari 360 Stradale debut
All-new Fiat baby car - codenamed Project 169 - replaces the Panda and Seicento. Read more here.
The much-awaited Punto-based MPV also debuts - codenamed Project 350. Read more here.
The Stilo Abarth is now available with a manual. About time.
A couple of Project 169 based concepts have been revealed already - the Marrakech and the Simba. We suspect a mini-SUV will be launched based on these cars.
KCD-1 Slice concept.
Debut of the Opirus executive saloon.
Petrol-powered Sorento SUV given first airing. Read more here.
Mazda revealed the MX Sportif concept car, which is a (slightly) spruced up Mazda3. We like it a lot. Read more here.
Mitsubishi concepts in Geneva
European debut of the 350Z.
New concept car - the Evalia. Read more here.
New limited-edition Zonda Roadster is to be on display. You are probably too late to buy one though.
In our opinion, the B11S is the first ever serious concept car from Subaru. It is there to test the water for a new, forward-thinking Subaru with regards to styling. Do not be surprised to see elements of this car's design in the next Legacy. Read more here.
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