The 2020 Geneva International Motor Show was cancelled due to coronavirus concerns. But, show organizers and automakers quickly moved the debut party online, and it was a virtual hit parade! 

Like the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport. It focuses more on balance and agility than just max speed.

Meanwhile this Aston Martin V12 Speedster is all about no top extravagance.

The Mercedes-Benz E-class dons smoother updates front and rear, with dual 12.3 inch cockpit displays and next-gen driver assistance systems.

Porsche debuted the New-Gen 911 Turbo S Coupe and Cabriolet. Both get a 60 horsepower bump up to 640 from a new 3.8 liter twin turbo.

Volkswagen continues their EV Onslaught. Set to launch this year is the ID.4, a long-range electric compact SUV.

The 8th-generation golf GTI gets a Svelte new look and 245 horsepower. Two new hot-hatch models are the GTD hybrid and a GTD diesel.

The 2021 Audi A3 Sportback shows new brand styling emphasizing the wheel arches with a scooped out side profile. The Audi E-Tron adds an S model with more power and more dynamic handling.

BMW’s concept I4 foreshadows their first all-electric midsize sedan, set to arrive next year.

Also on the concept front, Hyundai showed this full EV prophecy, with a new minimalism design language. Geneva was to be the first auto show outing for Kia’s more tech savy 4th gen sorento mid-size SUV.

Alfa Romeo’s new Giulia GTA sheds 220 pounds and packs 540 horsepower, inspired by the successful lightweight 1960’s racer of the same name. 

Bentley Mulliner revealed their Bacalar open-air two-seater. Just 12 will be made-to-order.

And this Mclaren 765LT is the latest in the track-focused longtail line, boasting 755 horsepower and a carbon fiber body.

And that wraps up our coverage of the Geneva Auto Show that wasn’t. And this week’s Motor News.