The 76th Geneva auto show highlights how automakers increasingly target market niches.
Ford of Europe debuts two new niche cars. One is a Focus-based coupe with a retractable hardtop and the other is a seven-seat minivan called the S-Max.
The S-Max will be sold alongside the seven-seat Galaxy minivan, but it will have a sporty design.
Opel hopes its new GT roadster will become a halo car, repeating the success of the 1960s GT.
Renault's Altica station wagon concept hints at how CEO Carlos Ghosn's new luxury lineup will look.
Volkswagen finally reveals a concept for a new Golf-based SUV that it plans to launch next year.
The Peugeot 207 will be the only volume-selling car launched at Geneva.