The 84th annual Geneva Motor Show owned the headlines this week, with a wave of new models and concepts unveiled before and during the show.
To see what else the big motor show had to offer, check out our Geneva rundown.
When the curtain comes down on Geneva, attention will turn to the New York Auto Show, April 18-27.
We can expect the World Car of the Year to be announced in New York, along with the award’s individual class winners.
This example is just a concept, but as Alfa has already confirmed the 4C Spider will go into production in 2015, expect the finished product to look very similar.
Weight-saving measures have kept the deficit over the coupe to just 60kg, but the Spider matches the ‘regular’ 4C’s zero to 100km/h time of 4.5 seconds.
The 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander has now arrived in Australia, with refreshed styling, new features and an updated interior.
Nissan used Geneva to show-off its updated Juke SUV, with interior improvements and mechanical updates.
Need a car that can bolt from 0-400km/h in 20 seconds? Koenigsegg’s One:1 hypercar, unveiled in Geneva this week, may be the car for you - but all six units have been sold.
Another revolving door at the TMR Garages this week (actually, it’s a big roller door), beginning with the 2014 Volkswagen Golf Wagon 90TSI Comfortline. Check out our review.
We drove the 2014 Citroen DS5 Dsport HDi Diesel Automatic, impressed by its sharp steering and handling, combined with edgy French styling.
The 2014 BMW 435i M Sport Coupe is all yours for $108,500 plus on-roads, and we put the new two-door BMW through its paces.
We found the 2014 Hyundai Elantra Premium Automatic Petrol Sedan to be feature-packed with a smooth ride, but lacking a little in head and seat room.
Finally, for those who have never heard of the Blade S Electric Car, check out our review. Hint: Blade is Australian.
And that’s… the week that was.