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    Geneva Motor Show 2009

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<b>2. Tata Prima sedan concept</b>
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Penned by Pininfarina, the Tata Prima is the company&#39;s likely answer to Honda&#39;s City and Civic, if and when Tata Motors decide to put it into production.

    2. Tata Prima sedan concept

    Penned by Pininfarina, the Tata Prima is the company's likely answer to Honda's City and Civic, if and when Tata Motors decide to put it into production.

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<b>3. VW Polo</b>
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Volkswagen&#39;s latest generation Polo will be the first of the company&#39;s mass-market cars to be launched in India in early 2011. To roll out of VW&#39;s Pune facility, it will be powered by a 1.2-litre petrol and a diesel engine to begin with, and will compete with its sibling, the Skoda Fabia.

    3. VW Polo

    Volkswagen's latest generation Polo will be the first of the company's mass-market cars to be launched in India in early 2011. To roll out of VW's Pune facility, it will be powered by a 1.2-litre petrol and a diesel engine to begin with, and will compete with its sibling, the Skoda Fabia.

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<b>4. Hyundai ix35</b>
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The SUV concept at Geneva was nothing more but a concept for the next generation Tucson. Expect a snazzier SUV on the inside and outside when it goes into production, with Hyundai&#39;s range of common rail diesels and petrols on offer.

    4. Hyundai ix35

    The SUV concept at Geneva was nothing more but a concept for the next generation Tucson. Expect a snazzier SUV on the inside and outside when it goes into production, with Hyundai's range of common rail diesels and petrols on offer.

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<b>5. Mercedes Benz E-Class coupe</b>
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The two-door version of the new E-Class saloon that was shown at Detroit in January, the E-Class coupe will replace the CLK. Power will be directed to the rear wheels by a host of petrol and diesel V6s and V8s.

    5. Mercedes Benz E-Class coupe

    The two-door version of the new E-Class saloon that was shown at Detroit in January, the E-Class coupe will replace the CLK. Power will be directed to the rear wheels by a host of petrol and diesel V6s and V8s.

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<b>6. Skoda Yeti</b>
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The production version of the concept we saw at the Delhi Auto Expo last year, the Yeti will be Skoda&#39;s small SUV for world markets, including India. Expect the 1.6-litre common rail diesel engine here when it does arrive.

    6. Skoda Yeti

    The production version of the concept we saw at the Delhi Auto Expo last year, the Yeti will be Skoda's small SUV for world markets, including India. Expect the 1.6-litre common rail diesel engine here when it does arrive.

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<b>7. Audi A4 Allroad</b>
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Another variant of the successful new Audi A4, the Allroad is a semi off-roader with increased ground clearance, skid guards and butch appearance. This one isn&#39;t coming to India anytime soon though.

    7. Audi A4 Allroad

    Another variant of the successful new Audi A4, the Allroad is a semi off-roader with increased ground clearance, skid guards and butch appearance. This one isn't coming to India anytime soon though.

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<b>8. BMW GT concept</b>
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BMW believes that there is space for a hatchback version of its premium saloon, the 5 Series. Which is why it showed the GT concept to showgoers at Geneva. What&#39;s more, it gives an idea of what the new 5 Series will look like when it goes on sale next year.

    8. BMW GT concept

    BMW believes that there is space for a hatchback version of its premium saloon, the 5 Series. Which is why it showed the GT concept to showgoers at Geneva. What's more, it gives an idea of what the new 5 Series will look like when it goes on sale next year.

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<b>9. Rolls-Royce 200 EX concept</b>
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This is supposed to be Rolls-Royce&#39; baby saloon. It isn&#39;t a baby, with lots of design cues from the Phantom Coupe and Phantom saloon. A new BMW sourced V12 is expected to power the &#39;cheap&#39; Roller.

    9. Rolls-Royce 200 EX concept

    This is supposed to be Rolls-Royce' baby saloon. It isn't a baby, with lots of design cues from the Phantom Coupe and Phantom saloon. A new BMW sourced V12 is expected to power the 'cheap' Roller.

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<b>10. Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SV</b>
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SV stands for Super Veloce and the LP 670-4 is just that. It means 670 PS (or 661 bhp). a lighter body shell and quicker acceleration times over the standard Murcielago. And yes, it looks the part too.

    10. Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SV

    SV stands for Super Veloce and the LP 670-4 is just that. It means 670 PS (or 661 bhp). a lighter body shell and quicker acceleration times over the standard Murcielago. And yes, it looks the part too.

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