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SUVs, high-end sports cars provide the roar at Geneva show


              Technicians passe in front of SsangYong booth, during the last preparation prior to the opening of the preview day at the Geneva Intern...

              This undated  photo provided by car manufacturer Citroen, shows  a Citoen C-Aircross Concept, car. The car will be shown at the Geneva ...

              ADDS EMBARGO - The photo is embargoed until 19gmt, March 6, 2017  - A Sedric concept car is displayed during a Volkswagen event prior t...

Technicians passe in front of SsangYong booth, during the last preparation prior to the opening of the preview day at the Geneva Intern...

This undated photo provided by car manufacturer Citroen, shows a Citoen C-Aircross Concept, car. The car will be shown at the Geneva ...

ADDS EMBARGO - The photo is embargoed until 19gmt, March 6, 2017 - A Sedric concept car is displayed during a Volkswagen event prior t...

GENEVA (AP) — Global automakers — on edge over Britain's decision to leave the EU and possible changes in U.S. trade policy — are putting a slew of new SUVs and high-performance sports cars on display at the Geneva International Motor Show.

Jaguar Land Rover showed off its Range Rover Velar, a sport-utility that promises crisp handling and acceleration. General Motor's Opel division unveiled the Crossland X, based on a platform shared with PSA Group. That is a sign of more to come, since PSA Group has agreed to buy lossmaking Opel from GM.

Ferrari's 812 Superfast has flaps that shift position to improve aerodynamics, and a giant 6.5-liter, 12-cylinder engine. The Huayra Roadster from Italy's Pagani shows striking design, with sweeping curves and side mirrors on curving pylons.