Whatcar.com goes further than anyone else to put you in the picture at the Geneva motor show.
This year, we've got some great new technology which will bring you even closer to the heart of the show – you could say it'll bring things full circle. That's because our new photography allows you see 360 degrees round manufacturers' stands.
The best thing is that you control where you want to go – just click and drag your mouse to go to any point on the stand.
Alfa is launching its smart new 159 saloon, but it's the beautiful new Spider which is really turning heads on the stand.
• Click here for a 360-degree tour of the Alfa Romeo stand.
This year, you can see Dodge's rival for the Ford Focus, the Caliber, and its supermini concept, the Hornet – and, tucked away at the back of the stand, the sleek Viper.
• Click here for a 360-degree tour of the Dodge stand.
Honda's big news this year is the brash new Civic Type-R, which we think looks really striking.
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Mitsubishi has hit the ground running with a funky CZC convertible and a futuristic convcept car with an electric motor on each wheel.
• Click here for a 360-degree tour of the Mitsubishi stand.
Large 4x4s seem to be becoming Nissan's speciality, and its Terranaut concept car is another to add to the collection.
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Perhaps predictably, Peugeot's stand is exhibiting its new 207, the successor to the highly successful 206 – have a look at the stand to see the new car in the flesh.
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Skoda is really taking off in a new direction – at its stand, you can see its first-ever MPV, the quirky Roomster.
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On the stand here were the new RAV4, the Yaris T Sport and... our 360-degree camera.
• Click here for a 360-degree tour of the Toyota stand.
Vauxhall is showing off its GT roadster on its stand – it's trying to gauge interest among its dealers to see if it's worth importing the left-hand-drive-only car, and we think it's got a fighting chance.
• Click here to see 360 photo from the Vauxhall stand.
For more details on any of the cars you see above, take a look at our special, in-depth, Geneva feature, where you'll find even more information and pictures.
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