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Austerity brings smaller cars to Geneva auto show

 In this picture taken March 3, 2012 a representative of the Toyota booth  cleans the floor next to a car during the last preparations prior to the op...
 In this picture taken March 3, 2012 a representative of the Toyota booth cleans next to a car during the last preparations prior to the opening of th...
 In this picture taken March 3, 2012 a car stands at the Lancia booth during the last preparations prior to the opening of the press preview days at t...
 In this picture taken March 3, 2012, two employees of the Aston Martin booth are cleaning  the logo during the last preparations prior to the opening...
 In this picture taken March 3, 2012 a  representative of the Honda booth works next to a car during the last preparations prior to the opening of the...

Switzerland Geneva Motor Show

In this picture taken March 3, 2012 a representative of the Toyota booth cleans the floor next to a car during the last preparations prior to the op...

Switzerland Geneva Motor Show

In this picture taken March 3, 2012 a representative of the Toyota booth cleans next to a car during the last preparations prior to the opening of th...

Switzerland Geneva Motor Show

In this picture taken March 3, 2012 a car stands at the Lancia booth during the last preparations prior to the opening of the press preview days at t...

Switzerland Geneva Motor Show

In this picture taken March 3, 2012, two employees of the Aston Martin booth are cleaning the logo during the last preparations prior to the opening...

Switzerland Geneva Motor Show

In this picture taken March 3, 2012 a representative of the Honda booth works next to a car during the last preparations prior to the opening of the...

Automakers are thinking small at this year's Geneva Motor Show.
The event features 260 exhibitors and dozens of world premieres including smaller compacts and SUVs targeted at cost-conscious buyers.
Peugeot is unveiling the new Peugeot 208, while GM's Adam Opel marque will debut its Mokka compact SUV.
Premium automakers are downsizing too, with Audi to show off its new A3 and Mercedes-Benz revealing a rejuvenated A-Class.
Analysts expect the March 8-18 event to feature efficiency improvements for traditional gasoline- or diesel-powered cars as well as some of the daring design ideas that have marked previous shows.
Automakers such as VW, Ford and Toyota will be giving the press a first glimpse of their new offerings Monday.


Updated : 2021-05-17 20:34 GMT+08:00