Biggest U.S.-Bound Debuts at the 2018 Geneva Auto Show

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Here’s What Coming to the U.S. From Geneva

 

The big auto shows in the U.S. – Detroit, New York, and Los Angeles – get most of the attention stateside, and for good reason. Those are the cities where automakers tend to debut their U.S.-bound products.

However, in an increasingly globalized automotive market, carmakers are producing single models bound for international consumption. Cars shown in Tokyo or Paris – or Geneva – offer a sneak peak at what we’ll be getting here. Some of the engine choices or body styles might be different (Europeans tend to like hatchbacks and diesels more than American buyers), but the core product will be the same.

At the Geneva Motor Show this year, we saw a wide variety of new models, from Audi family sedans to electric hypercars. Each of the models featured in this slideshow may have debuted in Europe, but they are definitely heading to America.

Click through the following gallery for photos and information about the latest new cars from Geneva bound for our shores.

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