Highlights from the Geneva Motor Show


The overall tone at the Geneva Motor Show is positive as sales patterns in Europe have stabilized and even shown some pockets of strength. Perhaps the biggest question is if the sales gains are organic or the results of heavy discounting? Autohaus PulsSchlag reports price cuts of at least 10% at most major manufacturers.

European automakers are downplaying the impact on sales in Russia from the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Russia is Europe's second largest automobile market and is expected to pass Germany within a few years.

Jeep unveiled its all-new 2015 Renegade compact crossover SUV. The model is unique in that it will feature seven different engine choices tailored to different global markets.

BMW announced plans to build over ten new smaller models on its latest platform. The Mini Clubman concept has created a stir with analysts.

New models from Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati show that the ultra-wealthy haven't been forgotten by automakers at the show.

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    Like tesla a lot bought stock when was selling at 120
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    Glad you were smart enough to get in at 120, I got in at 34.00, but some did consider that 120.00 was to expensive, so they shorted and waited, but they are still waiting for tsla to come down so they can afford it. He who hesitates is lost.
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