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Gearing up for Geneva 2017

February 13, 2017driversclub

The Geneva International Motor Show is one of the most hotly-anticipated automotive extravaganzas of the year and the Petrol News team can't wait for the action to get underway in 2017.

Set to take place next month (March 9th to 19th), this international showcase is an opportunity for the world's leading automotive designers to wow the crowds with coming releases and outlandish concepts, with this year's iteration expected to provide plenty of both.

From the new Citroen C3 Picasso to the Vanda Denrobium, there will be something for every car lover to get their teeth into at this year's show.

It promises to be a real cavalcade of amazing motors in 2017, with other top attractions we're already aware of including the new Ferrari F12 M, Jaguar XF Sportbreak and Eadon Green Black Cullin – itself a first release from fledgling UK manufacturer Eadon Green.

The action will be fast-paced and exciting from Geneva in the weeks ahead, so stay tuned to Petrol News where we'll be bringing you all the best from one of the world's top car shows in 2017.

Stephen Hasley, brand manager at Petrol News, adds: "The Geneva International Motor Show is just around the corner and everyone here at Petrol News is eager to see what this year's top attractions will be."


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