Geneva motor show 2016 What's on show at the Geneva auto show Thu 3 Mar 2016 Eager to make its mark as a premium brand the Citroen spin-off DS showed off its E-Tense concept. No clue as to whether we will ever see anything remotely like it in production, but it's certainly one of the best concepts on the show floor. The new Mercedes-Benz C-Class coupe convertible was one of the highlights of this year's show After several concept iterations, Toyota finally unveiled its new crossover. Called the CH-R it will sit below the current Rav-4 in the Toyota model range, but it's actually as spacious inside as the previous Rav. Another impressive new entry from Volvo. The Swedish car firm is really on a roll at present, with the XC90 SUV winning plaudits across the globe and now this estate version setting tongues wagging at the show. It was awards time at Opel where the new Astra was named Car of the Year for Europe 2016, much to the delight of Opel staff. While still officially a concept Nissan indicated a significant upgrade towards the premium end of the market may be in the plans for the next generation Qashqai. Skoda's Vision S Concept is a cause of concern to rivals who spent a long time hovering around the new car and working out how they might combat its undoubted popularity when it eventually goes into production. Skoda is set for a big success if this car goes into production like this. A three-wheeler from Morgan was a firm favourite of the retro crowd of the motoring media and the British brand won a lot of fans with its charming stand at the show. Tesla is struggling to meet demand for its new Model X crossover and it's no wonder. The gullwing doors are an unnecessary complication and a distraction from what is a really interesting new arrival. The new Aston Martin DB11 is a hit amongst the sports car fans. Back to Toyota and this is their take on the future of motoring - or at least on iteration of it. The Kikai is more of a dystopian nightmare for many.