The Geneva Motor Show began in Geneva, Switzerland in 1905 with an impressive 59 brands.  The show has only grown in popularity since its inception. Last year, the showcase featured 840 different brands of cars.

 

Last year's Lamborghini Venenos, unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. (Harold Cunningham/Getty Images)

Last year’s Lamborghini Venenos, unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. (Harold Cunningham/Getty Images)

This year, at the Geneva Motor Show’s 84th Annual Event, the focus seems to be on illustrating electric and alternative fuel vehicles. This groundbreaking innovation is changing the world as we know it, creating new ways for the carbon emissions from cars to be alleviated.

 

The Geneva Motor Show hosts production car introductions for many of popular exotic vehicles.

 

 

Some of the highly anticipated luxury vehicles that have been unveiled at the show this year are the: new California T by Ferrari, Huracán by Lamborghini, and the “family” vehicles we all know and love, like the Mercedes Benz 2015 S-Class Coupe.

(Related: Mercedes Benz 2015 S-Class Coupe to Have Swarovski Crystals)

 

The Geneva Motor Show is also a place for car producers to reveal new concepts for vehicles.  This year, Volkswagen unveiled their T-Roc compact SUV, a two-door hatchback with a diesel engine.

 

In addition to illustrating exotic cars and prototypes, the Geneva Motor Show also highlights specific aspects of car-culture, such as accessories and parts, special body work, and workshops for repair and maintenance.

 

The Show is ends on March 16, so do continue to follow our updates check back here next week for more new details from the 84th Geneva Motor Show!

 

What new car are you most looking forward to seeing? Let’s talk cars and innovation in the comments below, or you can find me on Twitter @TiffaniJPurdy.