10 Futuristic cars that will rule the 2019 Geneva Auto Show

10 Futuristic cars that will rule the 2019 Geneva Auto Show

The Gadget Flow Daily Digest highlights and explores the latest in tech trends to keep you informed. Want it straight to your inbox? Subscribe now. When you think of cars of the future, do you think of flying cars? While that may be a reality at some point, the innovations today are a lot more practical. The Geneva Auto Show was packed with modern concepts and designs.

When is the Geneva Auto Show? Happening every year, this year’s Geneva Auto Show is open to the public from March 7th to the 17th.

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Every year in March, car manufacturers bring their latest and greatest innovations to Switzerland to show off their vehicles at the Geneva Auto Show. From aerodynamic wheels to driverless cars that can see to cars connected via 5G, the big brands are turning far-fetched and futuristic ideas into a reality.

Much like a fashion show, the technology we see will slowly trickle down to the consumer level and, soon enough, become the norm, paving the way for next year’s and next decade’s innovation. Here’s a look at 10 futuristic cars from the Geneva Auto Show that are taking us to the future. Audi Q4 E-Tron Concept

Set to debut in 2020, the Audi Q4 E-tron is an electric car packed with aerodynamically designed wheels and a new interior design. The car comes with […]

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