WATCH | Here are the cars that would've been revealed at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show

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2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Image: Daimler
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Image: Daimler

Due to fears over the coronavirus, the 2020 Geneva Motor Show was cancelled. However, that didn't stop plenty of news from being released. 

Car manufacturers have resorted to unveiling their newest models via the internet with many motoring journalists being invited to the digital launches of cars. 

Here are some of the new vehicles the media and show-goers missed out on seeing in the metal: 

Japanese carmaker Suzuki has a facelifted Ignis that features a new grille and an upgraded mild-hybrid engine. Another manufacturer showing off a facelifted model is Mercedes-Benz with their mid-size sedan E-Class. Its been given a sharp new look. 

Audi also unveiled its new A3 while Porsche launched its latest Turbo S models. 

Compiled by: Sean Parker

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