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Last Updated : Apr 23, 2018 02:10 PM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com

An electric Aston Martin, a Porsche SUV and a Tata Motors concept: Marvels you may have missed from the Geneva Motor Show

A quick look are the some of the popular vehicles you may have missed from the Geneva Moto Show 2018.

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The annual Geneva Motor Show was held in the city of Geneva, Switzerland in early March this year. Here are some of the most popular cars showcased at the 10-day event. The focus remained on electric vehicles, the industry’s latest trend. (Images: Reuters)
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The annual Geneva Motor Show was held in the city of Geneva, Switzerland in early March this year. Here are some of the most popular cars showcased at the 10-day event. The focus remained on electric vehicles, the industry’s latest trend. (Images: Reuters)

Renault EZ-GO | The French car maker unveiled this concept of a futuristic autonomous taxi. The vehicle can accommodate six people and has a step-free access. (Image: Reuters)
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Renault EZ-GO | The French car maker unveiled this concept of a futuristic autonomous taxi. The vehicle can accommodate six people and has a step-free access. (Image: Reuters)

Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo | The new concept is a rugged SUV that does not look like a traditional SUV. The vehicle is a potential electric crossover version of Porsche’s original Mission E concept introduced three years ago. (Image: Reuters)
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Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo | The new concept is a rugged SUV that does not look like a traditional SUV. The vehicle is a potential electric crossover version of Porsche’s original Mission E concept introduced three years ago. (Image: Reuters)

Hyundai Le Fil Rouge | The term ‘Le Fil Rouge’ translates to ‘common thread’ in French. The South Korean car maker has given this concept car a ‘Cascading Grille’. (Image: Reuters)
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Hyundai Le Fil Rouge | The term ‘Le Fil Rouge’ translates to ‘common thread’ in French. The South Korean car maker has given this concept car a ‘Cascading Grille’. (Image: Reuters)

I.D. Vizzion by Volkswagen | The fully-electric version of this car is set to hit roads by 2022 and is expected to have an approximate range of 640 kilometres. (Image: Reuters)
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I.D. Vizzion by Volkswagen | The fully-electric version of this car is set to hit roads by 2022 and is expected to have an approximate range of 640 kilometres. (Image: Reuters)

Aston Martin Lagonda Vision Concept | The British car maker unveiled the new Lagonda concept. It marks the beginning of a new range of state-of-the-art, emission-free luxury cars. Production is expected to begin in 2021. (Image: Reuters)
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Aston Martin Lagonda Vision Concept | The British car maker unveiled the new Lagonda concept. It marks the beginning of a new range of state-of-the-art, emission-free luxury cars. Production is expected to begin in 2021. (Image: Reuters)

Tata H5X | The Indian auto manufacturer showcased the H5X SUV concept at the Motor Show. Tata had earlier unveiled the car at the Auto Expo 2018. It will be the first Tata product to carry the new ‘Impact Design 2.0’ design language. (Image: Reuters)
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Tata H5X | The Indian auto manufacturer showcased the H5X SUV concept at the Motor Show. Tata had earlier unveiled the car at the Auto Expo 2018. It will be the first Tata product to carry the new ‘Impact Design 2.0’ design language. (Image: Reuters)

Honda Sport EV | This new sport electric vehicle concept resembles the 1973 Civic hatchback. The vehicle has a traditional long-hood, short-rear-deck design. Sports EV uses Honda’s dedicated platform that developed for its future electric cars. The Japanese car maker had unveiled the car earlier at the 2017 Tokyo auto show. (Image: Reuters)
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Honda Sport EV | This new sport electric vehicle concept resembles the 1973 Civic hatchback. The vehicle has a traditional long-hood, short-rear-deck design. Sports EV uses Honda’s dedicated platform that developed for its future electric cars. The Japanese car maker had unveiled the car earlier at the 2017 Tokyo auto show. (Image: Reuters)

Pop.Up Next | Designed by Audi, Airbus and Italdesign, the Pop.Up Next is a hybrid vehicle that is a self-driving car and is also a passenger drone. The concept aims to solve traffic problems in the cities. (Image: Reuters)
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Pop.Up Next | Designed by Audi, Airbus and Italdesign, the Pop.Up Next is a hybrid vehicle that is a self-driving car and is also a passenger drone. The concept aims to solve traffic problems in the cities. (Image: Reuters)

First Published on Apr 23, 2018 01:52 pm
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