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Pack your things for a Geneva trip for the 2016 Motor Show

Dear friends: it’s official! The dates of this year’s International Geneva Motor Show – which has reached its 86th edition – are 3-13 March 2016. So hurry up and pack your things for a Geneva trip for the 2016 Motor Show. Here’s what’s in store:

The Geneva Motor Show has been around since its first edition in 1905. It is the Swiss annual tribute to the automotive industry, as well as one of the most prominent car events in the international calendar.

Along the years, the car saloon has hosted some of the most popular premiers, cars that would later fill the streets of the world and mark the history of the car industry. Here’s just a few of the cars, many of which have become household names, which were first exhibited at the show in Geneva:

The Clement in 1905, the Fiat 502 (1924), Mercedes SSK (1927), the 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C2300, the 1961 Jaguar Type E, Fit 2300 (1964), Maserati Bora (1971), the small Peugeot 104 (1973), the 1991 BMW, Audi A8 (1994), the worldwide car sweetheart, Ford Focus 1998, the amazing Maserati Gran Turismo (2007), the sporty mainstream Ford Fiesta (2008), Audi A1 (2010), the electric 2012 Renault Zoe and more recently, the outstanding McLaren P1 (2013), the 2014 Citroen Cactus and in 2015, the starts of the show were Opel Karl and Renault Kadjar.

The Geneva Motor Show has always impressed with its free spirit, neutrality and the quality and diversity of the exhibited products. It is definitely a must-see. Among the available sections, we should mention the motor cars (on gas, diesel, electric or alternative powered), accessories and motor parts, special bodywork and concept vehicles, workshop installations and maintenance, animations, products and services related to the automotive industry (such as international car rental) and other attractions and surprises available.

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