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Ferrari wasn't the only Italian firm delving into its racing history at the Swiss extravaganza. A second high-performance bright red sports car debuted, only this one was wearing an Alfa Romeo badge.
It's smaller than a Smart ForTwo - but you can get a Christmas tree in the back! Which is exactly how Vauxhall's sister firm Opel demonstrated the new Trixx at its Geneva launch.
This is Maserati's way of celebrating its 90th anniversary - with an all-new supercar. Based on the Ferrari Enzo, these are the first official pictures of the MC12.
If the standard Maybach just isn't excessive enough for you, how about this version that debuted on the Brabus stand in Geneva?
On the official MINI stand the Convertible was king, but elsewhere at Geneva an all-road version drew a lot of attention, too.
It was only unveiled last week, but Vauxhall's new Tigra Twin Top has already picked up its first award. It was voted 2004 Cabrio of the Year at Geneva.
Some of Scotland's largest stores have joined forces to fight against the Edinburgh congestion charge. High street giants such as John Lewis and Marks & Spencer think the scheme - due in 2006 - will drive shoppers out of the city.
There's yet another mud-plugger on the horizon - as Nissan has confirmed its Murano 4x4 is to come to the UK from early next year.
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