The cars you may have missed at the Geneva Motor Show 2017

With so many high profile launches, not everyone has had a look-in at Geneva. Here are some cars you may have missed

The Geneva Motor Show 2017 has been packed with big launches, but with so many cars fighting for the limelight not everyone has had their chance to shine.

The Volvo XC60, Alpine A110 and Honda Civic Type R in particular have garnered the most attention on the stands at Geneva, with the likes of the Range Rover Velar and Ford Fiesta ST proving popular as well.

Best concept cars at Geneva 2017

Naturally the contingent of supercars has been a factor too, not least Lamborghini's Nurburgring record-breaking Huracan Performante and the new Ferrari 812 Superfast.

With so much going on, it should come as no surprise that news of new cars and concepts is still being processed days after the press events have been concluded and the Geneva Palexpo has opened its doors to the wider public.

To see a handful of the most interesting and eye-catching machines at Geneva that you might not yet have spotted among the chaos, simply flick through our handy gallery below.

Which of these cars deserved more attention than it received? Let us know in the comments section at the bottom of this page...

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