Geneva Motor Show RoundupRay Wert2/28/11 10:45amFiled to: RoundupEditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4: First Look Here's the first live shots of the new raging bull - the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. To coincide with the first person-to-supercar shot, we've created this first look - everything you need to know. And yes, here's the first shot of its scissor doors. More » This image was lost some time after publication. Toyota FT-86 II upskirt in GenevaThe day before a major auto show, the guys setting up the displays own the show floor, although as a group, camera-toting media earlybirds comprise a close second. Here's the already-teased Toyota FT-86 II under its sheet. How's your imagination? More » This image was lost some time after publication. The VW Bulli Concept is the new MicrobusAs previously reported, the VW Microbus Concept is returning, though this time called the VW Bulli. The new concept rolled out in Geneva, looking similar to the original Microbus Concept from 2001, but a bit smaller. More » This image was lost some time after publication. AstroBionix Thor, for when one planet isn't enough Austrian firm AstroBionix was still putting the decals on its Thor Ultimate Deployment Vehicle, a 600-hp, all-wheel-drive rig built by Italian coachbuilder Fornasari, when we snapped this pic from the Geneva show floor. More » This image was lost some time after publication. Ford Ranger Wildtrak protects your thorax Ford Ranger Wildtrak protects your thorax The press release say the all-new Ford Ranger Wildtrak has thorax-protecting front-seat side airbags. (We've provided a diagram if you don't know what that means, or if you happen to have an exoskeleton.) More » This image was lost some time after publication. I am the Ferrari FF's powertrain and suspensionThere's very little we know about the Ferrari FF's new 4RM (four-wheel drive) system and magnetorheological damping system, and how they all work together with its stallion-sized 6.3-liter V12 powertrain. More » This image was lost some time after publication. Ford B-Max: A pillar-less Fiesta van for tiny people It's not quite Subaru Sambar-sized, but Ford's B-Max concept from Geneva suggests just how small a modern car can get and still get called a van. The trick here? More » This image was lost some time after publication. This is the retro awesome Morgan 3 WheelerMorgan recently announced it was bringing the asymmetry back with the re-introduction of their steam punk throwback Morgan 3 wheeler. Here it is in Geneva, done up like a sexy Spitfire. More » This image was lost some time after publication. Mansory Cormeum is like a Mercedes SLS, only weirder Kourosh Mansory is insane - for weight savings! There's no other explanation for his carbon-fiber makeover of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, called the Mansory Cormeum. More » This image was lost some time after publication. This is the Subieyota; is it AWD?Here's the first shots AutoGuide took of a semi-translucent FT-86-based Subieyota coupe — which we've been told repeatedly is the "Rear-Wheel Drive Sports Car Technology Concept." It's not stopping some from saying it's All-Wheel-Drive. It's not. But here's why some think it is. More » Mini Rocketman: A Mini that's actually mini To appreciate the new Mini Rocketman concept you'll need to look past some of the goofier concept elements like the dual-hinged doors, the trackball on the steering wheel, the projection taillights, and the fiber-optic union jack in the roof (on second thought, that's kind of cool). More » This is the new "Baby Jag" Jaguar's current lineup features three models, all sexy but none of them exactly entry-level. Bertone's B99 concept previews a new entry-level sedan - a "Baby Jag" - and a design language with classic British proportions. More » Show us your tips!Got tips for our editors? Want to anonymously dish some dirt on a competitor? Know something about a secret car? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking for our forums?Click here for the Opposite Lock or Tips forums. Get more Jalopnik!Want even more Jalopnik? Want to know which of your friends read us? "Like" us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.