Hyundai, JLR, Ford and Volvo to skip Geneva motor show 2019
8th Feb 2019 6:00 am
Tata Motors will showcase four new models at the event.
The Geneva motor show 2019 starts on March 5, 2019; and while quite a few carmakers have already announced their product line-up for the event, some manufacturers like Hyundai have announced that the brand won't be present at the event this year.
However, Hyundai is likely to showcase an all-new SUV at the upcoming New York motor show and has said that it will be present at the Frankfurt motor show that will take place later this year. Meanwhile, its sister brand Kia will be present at the Geneva motor show and is likely to show a large cross-hatch based on the Ceed.
The BMW 7 Series facelift, Honda Urban EV, Mercedes CLA shooting brake and GLC facelift, and even the Pininfarina Batista electric hypercar are set to make their debuts at the 2019 Geneva motor show.
Homegrown manufacturer Tata Motors will introduce four new products at the event. The brand will unveil a new micro-SUV concept called Vision Hornbill. Additionally, the seven-seat variant of the recently launched Tata Harrier – the Tata H7X – will also be shown in Geneva for the first time. Tata Motors will also bring the close-to-production version of the upcoming i20-rivalling 45X hatchback to the event. As far as EVs go, the company will showcase an EV concept based on the 45X hatchback as well.
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