The Geneva Auto Show is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors this year.
The annual show was established in 1905.
It will be open to the public from March 8 to 18 at Geneva’s Palexpo Arena.
On Tuesday, reporters got to see brand-new models from Ferrari, MacLaren, Lamborghini, and Corbelatti.
Stefano Domenicali, Lamborghini CEO, said: “We unveiled the last member of the Huracan family, the “Performante” Spyder that has all the technical content of the previous model that was able to beat all the records all around the world, with the extra feature of being able to drive in open air conditions, so giving an added element of emotion.”
The trend this year is SUV cars.
But sports cars remain a highlight of the event.