The annual Geneva auto show does not have the blockbuster presence of a Paris or a Frankfurt show. So perhaps it was fitting that a tiny coupe from Indian carmaker Tata ranked as one of the big stars of the show. It stirred so much attention that it ended up streaked with fingerprints. At other stands, the Jaguar X-Type drew nods of approval. The Peugeot 307 appeared evolutionary, not revolutionary. And the Aston Martin V-12 Vanquish looked - as expected - muscular and appealing.
Coupe was coup of subdued event
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