The 2015 Geneva Auto Show should be another interesting stop on this year's automotive calendar. It won't have a huge showing of cars for the U.S. market, but there will be a few key introductions that will be showing up in dealers soon.
One such vehicle is the Hyundai Tucson. It's been completely redesigned and should be a strong competitor in the hot compact SUV segment. If you're looking for something a little more performance-oriented, the Porsche Cayman GT4 will be one sports car to watch. Also set for a Geneva debut is the Honda Civic Type R, a high-performance variant of the standard Civic coupe.
There will be plenty of additional new car introductions and even some concept cars, so check back here starting March 3 for more coverage.