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Geneva Motor Show 2020: Preview 2

We continue to preview the Geneva Motor Show 2020 taking place in two weeks.

Among the new models which will showcase themselves at the event, the public will meet:


The fourth-generation Kia Sorento have been recenly unveiled, but at Geneva it will make its official public debut. The Kia Telluride-inspired SUV features a more upscale interior and a new plug-in hybrid powertrain.

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An all-new sedan of the premium French brand is called “DS 9”. It takes features from the 2016 DES E-Tense concept car.


Mercedes will introduce the new GLA crossover and the E-Class facelift with fully redesigned interior at Geneva. The GLA grew in size and got a larger ground clearance. Its hot AMG 45 version with over 406 hp will follow.


This Volvo’s electric subbrand presents its third model – the Polestar Precept.

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The top-of-the-range Porsche 911 Turbo debuts next month at the show in Switzerland too. Expect more than 600 hp (Turbo) and 649 hp / 477 kW (Turbo S) from a new 3.8-liter flat-six engine.


Renault launches an all-electric Twingo Z.E. sharing its platform and powertrain with the Smart EQ ForFour.


The new SEAT Leon receives significant cosmetic updates, as well as the MQB platform and engine range from the Volkswagen Gold Mk8.


The new plug-in hybrid hot Skoda Octavia vRS hatchback will use VW Golf GTE’s 1.4-liter 4-cylinder petrol turbo engine and offer around 30 miles of electric-only range.

A production-ready version of the all-electric Skoda Vision iV Concept on the MEB platform comes to Geneva as well.


Toyota will show the next Yaris and a new B-segment SUV sitting below the C-HR in the lineup and rivaling the Renault Captur and the Nissan Juke. Though based on the Yaris, the vehicle is not its counterpart.


The company brings to Geneva the next performance diesel-powered Golf GTD.

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