So many savory cars and concepts packed the Geneva auto show this month that some were lost in the shuffle. Here are four models you may have missed from the Swiss show - but only one will reach America.
PHOTOS BY PHILIP MEECH
The Istituto Europeo di Design in Turin, Italy, created the Fiat X1/99 concept. The vehicle is named after the X1/9 roadster Fiat sold in the 1970s. The Punto-based X1/99 features a two-piece folding hard top that slides inside the cockpit and becomes the rear seat.
Peugeot's 407 Prologue Coupe concept offers clues to the Peugeot 407 Coupe that is due in Europe early in 2006. The concept drew raves from Geneva show-goers.
In June, when Toyota launches its Aygo minicar in 10 European cities, it will use Scion-style marketing techniques. The Aygo is the smallest of the three minicars being built at the Toyota and PSA/Peugeot-Citroen SA joint-venture plant in Kolin, Czech Republic.
Audi's third-generation A6 Avant grows by 3.81 inches, to 194 inches. Audi says it is the sportiest station wagon in the segment because of its engine, gearing and chassis setup. U.S. sales begin in late July.