Earlier in the week, part of our editorial team came together virtually on a Google+ Hangout on Air to discuss some of the upcoming vehicle debuts at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show next week.

The team discussed the new P1 and what it means for McLaren, while also discussing the Ferrari Enzo replacement, and how that might stack up against the P1.

The Italian supercar builder Lamborghini wasn't left out of the conversation but not much could be revealed about what the brand will be showing in Geneva yet.

Leaving the topic of supercars and moving onto sexy sports car, the team focused in on the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible and new 2014 Alfa Romeo 4C.

Luxury will be a big part of the show in Geneva, and there will be three new or heavily refreshed vehicles being shown in this class. Bentley will debut the 2014 Flying Spur while Rolls-Royce shows off the new 2014 Wraith. Meanwhile Aston Martin will display the refreshed Rapide S.

If this auto show seems to be all about the super cars, you wouldn't be wrong. But there will be a few green vehicles there, including the new 261-mpg Volkswagen XL1.

If you didn't happen to catch the video discussion live, you're in luck. It's been preserved for your viewing pleasure thanks to YouTube.

Be sure to stay tuned next week as we bring you all the latest news and photos from the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.