Bugatti Bleu Centenaire
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European debuts from the Geneva Motor Show

The Bugatti Bleu Centenaire is shown during press day at the 79th Geneva International Motor Show in Switzerland.

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The new Spyker C8 Aileron at the Geneva International Motor Show. The Motor Show will open its gates to the public from March 5-15, presenting more than 1,000 brands with more than 85 world and European firsts in the sector saloon alone. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The Spyker C8 Laviolette LM85 at the Geneva International Motor Show. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The new Pagani Zonda R. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The new BMW Z4. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
The Volkswagen Polo. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
John Fleming, chief executive officer of Ford Europe, stands with a Ford iosis MAX before the 79th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland. (Bloomberg News)
A power cable charges a Ford Tourneo Connect BEV Concept electric car. (Bloomberg News)
Kia’s No 3 car. (Anja Niedringhaus / Associated Press)
Alfa Romeo’s Mito GTA concept car. (Anja Niedringhaus / Associated Press)
The Volkswagen Polo. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The Volvo S80. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
The new Fiat 500 Convertible at the 79th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
The Porsche Cayenne Diesel. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
The new Peugeot 3008. (Bloomberg News)
The Peugeot RC Hybrid4. (Adrian Moser / Bloomberg News)
Mini John Cooper Works is unveiled during a presentation of Mini at the Geneva International Motor Show. (Anja Niedringhaus / Associated Press)
Porsche’s 911 GT3 is unveiled during a presentation of Porsche autos. (Anja Niedringhaus / Associated Press)
The Honda CR-Z. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
Mazda 3 MPS. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
Infiniti Essence concept car. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
A Rolls-Royce 200EX. (Adam Berry / Bloomberg News)
Opel Ampera. (Adam Berry / Bloomberg News)
Bentley Continental Supersports car. (Anja Niedringhaus / Associated Press)
Sbarro Orbital Hybride concept car. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
A hostess at the Opel booth poses the electric concept car Opel Ampera. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
Qasana, Nissan’s concept car. (Anja Niedringhaus / Associated Press)
Swiss Sbarro Espera Montbeliard Buggy concept car. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
Sbarro Espera Montbeliard Sportive. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
Sbarro Lo concept car. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
Rupert Stadler, chairman and chief executive officer of Audi AG, speaks during the presentation at the new Audi A4 all-road quattro. (Adrian Moser / Bloomberg News)
Aston-Martin One-77. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
EDAG “Light Car.” (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
Brilliance BS4 Wagon. (Martial Trezzini / EPA)
Alfa Romeo Mito GTA. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
Skoda Octavia Greenline. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
Skoda Yeti. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The Carlsson Aigner CK55 RS Rascasse. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The Carlsson Smart Limited Edition. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The Chevrolet Spark (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
Norbert Reithofer, chief executive officer of BMW, introduces the BMW 116d during press day for the 79th Geneva International Motor Show in Switzerland. (Adam Berry / Bloomberg News)
The Hyundai I20. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The Audi S5 Cabriolet. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The Audi TTRS. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The Exeo ST Break, made by the Spanish automaker Seat. (MARTIAL TREZZINI, Associated Press)
The Delta 200 HP from the Italian automaker Lancia. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
Whitney Toyloy, Miss Switzerland 2008, poses next to the Lancia Delta at the 79th Geneva International Motor Show. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
The Ford iosis Max, a concept car, makes an appearance at the 79th Geneva International Motor Show. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
The Infiniti G37 Cabrio. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
Journalist takes a look at the new Renault Scenic during the press day at the 79th Geneva International Motor Show. (SANDRO CAMPARDO, Associated Press)
The Renault Electric ZE concept car is shown at the Geneva International Motor Show. (Sandro Campardo / Associated Press)
The Opel Insignia Ecoflex. (Martial Trezzini / Associated Press)
The Fabia Combi Scout, from Skoda, an automaker in the Czech Republic.

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