Geneva car show - Part II Another look at the highlights of the 2016 show Thu 3 Mar 2016 One of the highlights of the Geneva show was the introduction of the new Renault Scenic. It's strikingly good looking, particularly for a functional people carrier Fiat has been slow to introduce new models of late, but 2016 promises a fleet of new cars, including the 124 roadster (pictured here) which was developed in partnership with Mazda and its MX-5. Another new model on the way is the Tipo range of hatchback/estate and saloon. Opel promises the new GT is more than just a retro dream. A business case is being put together to see if it will work. While it will not go into production quite like this, it would be good to see another two-seater roadster on the road. Volkswagen unveiled a new small crossover, similar in scale to a Polo. The concept was a convertible, although the production version will initally be a more traditional hard-top. That said, with the arrival of the Range Rover Evoque convertible, don't rule out a future convertible crossover from VW. VW's emissions scandal was never going to be ignored and comedian Simon Brodkin staged a stunt during the press conference. Dressed as a VW mechanic he came on stage telling Juergen Stackman, sales chief of Volkswagen that a box he had - labelled cheat device - had fallen off the car before it drove on stage. A security worker removes the prop marked "cheat" left by comedian Simon Brodkin during his protest at the VW press conference. A Ferrari GTC4Lusso drew crowds to the sports carmaker's stand, but in terms of performance cars the show was relatively subdued. The new Audi Q2 is on a similar scale to the A3. It's certain to draw a new crowd to the brand, particularly as downsizing seems to be a theme across the European market. The Bugatti Chiron is out to set new records but while it's stats are impressive, the car didn't draw the sort of attention and spotlight Bugatti might have expected. As one pundit said: "The Veyron was like the original moon-landing. This is one of the follow up missions: impressive but not a headline grabber on the same par as the original. Opel chief executive Karl-Thomas Neumann celebrates the firm's victory in the prestigious Car of the Year for Europe 2016.