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Our 10 Favorite Cars From The Canceled Geneva Motor Show

motor1 Logo By Motor1.com Team of motor1 | Slide 1 of 11: Officials canceled the 2020 Geneva Motor Show due to ongoing Coronavirus concerns. But that didn't stop many manufacturers from showing their exciting new vehicles online, several companies livestreaming launches from their global headquarters or off-site venues. In the last 24 hours alone, we've seen more than 20 new vehicle debuts. The list includes everything from electric superminis from Fiat to 1,700-horsepower hypercars from Koenigsegg, and everything in-between. Unfortunately, we didn't able to see any of these cars in person (at least, not yet). But that didn't stop us from selecting some of our favorites from this year's Geneva Motor Show that never happened. Take a look. Some Of The Other Non-Geneva Debuts:Koenigsegg Gemera Debuts As Brand's First 4-Seat, 3-Cylinder Model2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class: New Face, Fresh Tech, And A Plug-In Hybrid700-HP Aston Martin V12 Speedster Debuts With No Roof, WindshieldBentley Continental GT V8 Cabrio Goes Green With Mansory Makeover

Geneva didn’t happen, but there were still a bunch of great debuts this week.

Officials canceled the 2020 Geneva Motor Show due to ongoing Coronavirus concerns. But that didn't stop many manufacturers from showing their exciting new vehicles online, several companies livestreaming launches from their global headquarters or off-site venues. In the last 24 hours alone, we've seen more than 20 new vehicle debuts. The list includes everything from electric superminis from Fiat to 1,700-horsepower hypercars from Koenigsegg, and everything in-between.

Unfortunately, we didn't able to see any of these cars in person (at least, not yet). But that didn't stop us from selecting some of our favorites from this year's Geneva Motor Show that never happened. Take a look in the gallery above.

Some Of The Other Non-Geneva Debuts:
Koenigsegg Gemera Debuts As Brand's First 4-Seat, 3-Cylinder Model
2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class: New Face, Fresh Tech, And A Plug-In Hybrid
700-HP Aston Martin V12 Speedster Debuts With No Roof, Windshield
Bentley Continental GT V8 Cabrio Goes Green With Mansory Makeover

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