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So, as we pack our bags and get ready to fly out to Switzerland to bring you all the news and photos direct from the Geneva Motor Show floor, here's our hand-picked list of some of the stars, as well as what we know so far about them. And remember, at any time you’ll be able to access the latest information from the show via our dedicated hub and by following us on Facebook and Twitter.
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Quant e-Sportlimousine concept: The Quant is an electric sports car concept created by a company called nanoFLOWCELL. Based in Germany, nanoFLOWCELL claims to have developed an entirely new energy storage system. Though no details on the technology have been revealed, nanoFLOWCELL has confirmed that supplier giant Bosch is collaborating on the project. As for the Quant e-Sportlimousine, it’s said to be over 17.2 feet in length and have seating for four.
Volvo Concept EstateVolvo Concept Estate: Destined to be one of the most handsome vehicles on show in Geneva this week, Volvo’s new Concept Estate previews the future styling direction of the Swedish automaker’s wagon models like the next-generation V60 and V70. The concept is the third and final vehicle in a series of forward-looking concepts that already includes the Concept Coupe and Concept XC Coupe. Like the previous two, the new Concept Estate to feature only two doors.
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Mazda Hazumi concept: Mazda will preview its next-generation 2 compact car with the Hazumi concept in Geneva. As a sole teaser image reveals, the Hazumi closely resembles present Mazda models like the latest 3 and 6 but with a slightly sportier look. Few details are known about the next Mazda 2, but it should be offered as a hatch and a sedan and be built to Mazda’s Skyactiv principles of lightweight design and downsized engines.
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Alfa Romeo 4C Roadster concept: The Alfa Romeo 4C is finally set to land in U.S. showrooms this June, initially at select Fiat and Maserati stores, but don’t run out to place an order just yet because an even more stunning 4C roadster could be just around the corner. A concept of the topless 4C is tipped to be revealed in Geneva this week.
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Subaru Viziv 2 concept: Subaru is using this week’s Geneva show to preview its future crossover that will fill the void of the discontinued Tribeca, using a new concept called the Viziv 2. The concept isn’t completely new as it is actually an updated version of the first Viziv concept that we saw at last year’s Geneva show. Teaser shots reveal that the Viziv 2 more closely resembles a production model than the previous Viziv.
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