The 2020 Geneva Motor Show has been cancelled.
The organizers of the show have confirmed a short while ago that the annual car show will be held this year due to concerns over the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The decision was taken following the Swiss government’s announcement banning large gatherings of 1,000 or more people.
The Geneva Motor Show is one of the biggest automotive showcase events of the year. It was scheduled to be held from March 5-15, 2020. This year, car makers had lined-up quite a few exciting launches. We were especially excited for the new Bugatti Chiron R, Koenigsegg KG12 and the Mission 500 Concept.
With the Geneva show cancelled, these unveils are expected to be postponed. We might see some of these cars at the Paris Motor Show in October. Pebble Beach will also be a great setting to showcase these hypercars.