The Geneva Motor Show is famous for showing off an array of new and exciting car models, and the Geneva Motor Show 2012 was no exception.
Among the most expensive cars on show, Rolls Royce revealed an updated Phantom and Ferrari unveiled the new F12 Berlinetta, which was undoubtedly the star of the show.
The main premium brands were well-represented with new models also.
Mercedes unveiled the new SL roadster while BMW revealed the Gran Coupe, a four-door version of the 6-Series and a rival for the Mercedes CLS and Jaguar XF.
While the Jaguar XF is not itself a new model, it was seen in Geneva for the first time in Sportbrake estate form. And combined with last year’s facelift and the availability of new four-cylinder diesel engine options, the Sportbrake should keep the XF fresh for a few more years to come.
Check out this round-up of the Geneva Motor Show 2012: