The Geneva Motor Show 2016 is currently being held in the Swiss city at the Geneva Palexpo as it is every year and is said to be one of the most influential events on the automotive calendar.
Amongst the amazing collection of new production and concept cars revealed are the Hyundai Ioniq and Toyota's C-HR concept which are both due to hit the UK market later in 2016.
Hyundai introduced the new alternative-fuel Ioniq model, the world’s first car to offer a choice of fully electric, hybrid and plug-in powertrain options at the Geneva Motor Show.
“We will continue to make technological strides in various areas to bring freedom and convenience in mobility for our customers with ever-improved mobility,” said Woong-chul Yang, Vice Chairman and Head of Hyundai R&D Center.
The world debut of the Toyota C-HR production model heads the news from the Toyota stand at the Geneva Motor show.Powered by Toyota's signature Hybrid system, the C-HR joins their widening range of Hybrid models targeted at the style-conscious and eco-aware driver.