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Geneva Motor Show 2019 in pictures: Ferrari F8 Tributo, Honda e Prototype and more

From mid-engined supercars to futuristic EVs, here are some of the key images from Switzerland

The Geneva Motor Show is in full swing, with the world’s biggest carmakers descending upon the Swiss city to showcase their latest machinery.

Vehicles ranging from upcoming mass-production electric cars to limited-run hyper machines are being unveiled at the event, the first major European car show of the season.

The new metal on display includes the Ferrari F8 Tributo and the highly anticipated Honda e Prototype, along with quirky concept cars such as the Volkswagen ID Buggy and Citroen’s Ami One quadricycle. 

There are also some familiar faces among the showgoers in Geneva, with Alfa Romeo’s Kimi Raikkonen there to launch two limited-edition models - a Stelvio SUV and Giulia saloon - painted in the Formula 1 racing team’s colours.

The show runs until 17 March, with more new cars expected to appear in the coming days. Here’s a gallery of the highlights so far.

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