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Alfa 4C Concept The car maker describes it as a 'compact supercar', that represents the 'true essence' of a sports car according to its own brand values of performance, Italian style and maximum driving pleasure. Alfa 4C Concept video Audi A3 Concept Audi's latest concept model is the A3 concept – a saloon version of what will be the next A3 range.Although it's based on the current RS3 Sportback, it looks like a slightly smaller version of the A4 saloon and comes with four-wheel drive. Audi A3 Concept video BMW Vision ConnectedDrive BMW has just unveiled its wacky Vision ConnectedDrive two-seater concept car here in Geneva. The sporty roadster is packed with technology designed to enhance the comfort and safety of occupants as well as improve their access to information. BMW Vision ConnectedDrive video Ford B-Max Ford's B-Max may wear a concept car tag at the Geneva motor show, but this is pretty much the car that'll go on sale in Spring of next year – complete with pillar-less rear doors. Prices are expected to start at just over £13,000 – not too far away from today's Ford Fusion, the car it replaces. Ford B-Max video Hyundai i40 Hyundai has revealed its new Ford Mondeo-sized saloon and estate, created exclusively for Europe. The cars will become the new flagships of the Korean company’s range this side of the Atlantic. Hyundai i40 video Mazda Minagi The Minagi uses an all-new platform and is the first concept car to incorporate Mazda's Skyactiv technologies – ie lightweight and efficient engines, transmissions and bodywork.It also expresses Mazda's latest design philosophy, which it calls Kodo – Soul of Motion – and which shows how future Mazdas will look. Mazda Minagi video Mercedes-Benz round-up It's a busy motor show for Mercedes-Benz, with the German manufacturer showing the C-Class, the C-Class Coupe and the SLK. Have a closer look at the cars with our Mercedes-Benz video round-up. Mercedes round-up video video Mini Rocketman This is the Mini Rocketman concept car.Mini initially said it was just over three metres long, but then went on to admit it's actually 3.419m long. That's quite a difference, but it's still the smallest modern Mini yet – a foot shorter than the current hatch and just over a foot longer than the 1959 original. Mini Rocketman video Mitsubishi Concept Global Small Mitsubishi is putting the emphasis on efficiency at the Geneva motor show this year with its new Concept Global Small supermini.The five-door, five-seater is a little smaller than the Colt supermini and promises great things as far as economy and emissions go. Mitsubishi Concept Global Small video Nissan Esflow Electric cars don't have to just be about lessening our impact on the environment, they can also be fun – as the £90k Tesla Roadster has already proved.However, it’s a bit expensive, so what we need is something cheaper that's small, efficient, light, fast… hang on, how about this Esflow from Nissan? Nissan Esflow video Renault round-up Renault is another manufacturer with a busy stand. The company is showing the Captur concept car, the Gordini version of the Wind, and the Renault R-Space. Check out the video here. Renault round-up video Saab video Saab's Phoenix concept car is significant is because it showcases some of the ideas and technology that will feature on its forthcoming cars. It's a daring design and could certainly grab headlines for the company. We also take a look at the 9-5 Sportwagon. Saab at Geneva video Seat IBX video Seat is the latest manufacturer to tap into the hugely popular crossover sector with this IBX concept, on show for the first time here at the Geneva motor show. Following on from the well-received IBE concept of last year, the IBX is an evolution of Seat’s new design language in a completely different segment. Seat IBX video Skoda Vision D After record-breaking growth last year, Skoda is setting its sights firmly on the future with a new concept car – shown for the first time here in Geneva. Called the Vision D, it shows an insight into the design direction Skoda intends to take, rather than preview any model in particular. Skoda Vision D video Supercar round-up video The Geneva motor show has the full gamut of supercars on display, so why not join us as we have a look at how the other half live. Click below for our supercar round-upp video. Supercar round-up video Tata Vista EV video What Car?'s road test editor, Pete Tullin, was in town to have a drive in Tata's Vista electric vehicle. He's one of the first journalists to get behind the wheel of this new entry into the ever-expanding electric car market. Click below to get his verdict on Tata's new EV. Tata EV test drive video Vauxhall Zafira Concept This is the new Vauxhall Zafira that you’ll be able to buy next year. Officially, the car on display in Opel guise at the Geneva show is merely a concept, but most of what you see is what you’ll get when the car hits the showrooms. Vauxhall Zafira Concept video Volkswagen video Volkswagen is having a busy time at the Geneva motor show in 2011. Not only has it revealed its new Golf Cabrio, there's also it retro-inspired homage to camper vans of the past, the Bulli. The company is also showcasing two concept cars here at Geneva - the Giugiaro Go and Tex. Volkswagen at Geneva video