The Geneva motor show, held annually at the beginning of March, remains one the year's most important car events. Key new models and stark concepts traditionally have their covers whipped off in Switzerland, and with a new Porsche, Ferrari, McLaren and Lamborghini in 2013, it's an ideal place for performance car fans to see amazing stuff.
Another Geneva show tradition is its tuner cars. All of Europe's big tuning houses, including Mansory, Brabus, FAB, Hamann and Gemballa, display their heavily modified and restyled supercars and SUVs. Some showgoers love their work, others hate it but no one can resist gawping at it. Here are the highlights (or lowlights, for some). Click the pictures to enlarge them.