The Geneva motor show is one of the two largest European motor shows this year, set to feature a large number of new car debuts.
It's an institution, having been held annually for more than 100 years. It has always been held up alongside Frankfurt as a priority show for manufacturers looking to unveil their latest concepts or production-ready models for the first time.
Unlike the exodus of last year's Paris show, there are only a few big names that won't be appearing with new models in Switzerland this year, Ford and Jaguar Land Rover being the most prominent no-shows.
The 2019 edition is already shaping up to be a hotbed of activity, with eagerly anticipated unveilings from Audi, BMW, Polestar and Renault to name but a few. Here’s a list of what we’ll learn more about when the show opens its doors on 7 March: