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The curtains have come down on another Geneva motor show, and the automotive world has been left stunned by a vast array of new metal, ranging from gorgeous concept cars, exclusive new performance machines and a wealth of interesting and desirable everyday vehicles.

The AOL Cars team was on the ground at the show, reporting the big reveals as they happened. In case you missed it, we've selected the best videos from around the Internet, showcasing the best Geneva had to offer:

Motors.co.uk Geneva Motor show round-up



Motors.co.uk focussed on the headline grabbers from the show, including the all-new Lamborghini Huracan and Koenigsegg. They didn't ignore the average buyer though, giving plenty of coverage to the plethora of A-segment city cars, hot hatchbacks and special edition models that dominated the stands.

Evo Magazine: Ferrari California T



Unsurprisingly for a magazine with such a performance bent, Evo focussed on the big guns of the Geneva show, kicking off with the new Ferrari California T. Featuring a new turbocharged engine – a departure for the brand – for greater power and efficiency, as well as a re-designed face, big things are expected from this 'junior' Ferrari. Will it succeed? Click play and judge for yourself.

Auto Express magazine: Geneva show round-up



Not simply getting distracted by the stunning supercars on display at Geneva, Auto Express pointed its cameras at the some of the more everyday cars and futuristic concepts. Keep your eyes peeled for the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer and the EDAG Genesis – the world's first 3D printed car.

Schmee150: Porsche 911 Targa 4



Motoring blogger Schmee150 took his over-the-shoulder style of presenting to the Porsche stand to give us a closer look at the new 911 Targa 4. With a innovative folding roof and glass rear, it'll certainly appeal to sun-seeking Californians, but hardcore driving enthusiasts may be better suited to the regular tin-top model.

Motors.co.uk McLaren 650S



Nothing causes a stir quite like a new supercar, particularly when it wears the badge of Woking-based Formula 1 team McLaren. The new 650S shares much of its underpinnings with the lesser 12C, though with a useful power hike, the new model is claimed to accelerate faster than the company's iconic F1 supercar.

AutoMotoTube: Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Rembrandt



The Bugatti Veyron needs no introduction, which is just as well, as this silent walk-around video from AutoMotoTube features no commentary at all. Giving a close up view of the new Rembrandt special edition, we'd wager the videographer was too busy trying to keep down his lunch, as he took in the brown on lighter brown colour scheme, and wondered who on Earth would buy this thing.

XCar: Audi TT



There is no denying the importance of the Audi TT. As an affordable, desirable and quick sports coupe, it took the world by storm. Geneva 2014 saw the unveiling of an all-new version, which XCar thought that needed putting into context with a little history lesson.

Which?: Renault Twingo



Quite possibly one of the most exciting unveilings of the Geneva show – not something that normally gets leveled at a tiny little city runabout – the Renault Twingo has been re-invented as a rear-wheel-drive car for greater practicality and nippiness. Consumer guide Which? gives us the full lowdown.

Motors.co.uk Honda Civic Type R



Honda thinks that hot hatchbacks have become far too conservative for their own good, and have styled their latest Civic Type-R as a suitable riposte. Officially only a concept model for now, we're praying that the huge rear spoiler, aggressively flared wheel arches and artillery-piece exhaust pipes make it onto a production version.

Schmee150: Porsche 919 Hybrid



It wasn't all road cars at Geneva this year. Porsche took the opportunity to unveil its latest Le Mans contender, the 919 Hybrid. Looking resplendent in white, and featuring the company's new quad headlamp design detail, it's set to rock the world of endurance racing. Motoring blogger Schmee150 is your guide.