The Geneva International Motor Show will be back at the Palexpo for the first time in four years next month.
But it will be different. It will be a smaller exhibition. It’ll will run for a week – the last show went on for 11 days and organisers expect 200,000 visitors – four years ago, 600,000 went along. And there will be fewer exhibitors.
The layout of the show will be different. There’ll be classic cars on display, a special section for motor sport – with a tribute to Swiss drivers – and video game fans will be able to play the latest version of the Grand Turismo game.
The Geneva International Motor Show starts on 26 February and tickets are on sale online now.