2007 Geneva auto show preview Video
2007 Geneva auto show preview Video Transcript
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>> Hey it's Brian Cooley from CNET car tech. We're gearing up to cover the Geneva Auto Salon. That's auto show to you and me. Some great cars we're looking for that are actually attainable like the upcoming Porsche PanAmera the long awaited four door coupe from Porsche and the Mercedes C class gets a major face lift, looks pretty hot to be honest. Plus don't you want to know what the next Priis might look like? We expect to get the drop on that as well in Geneva. So be with us as the videos start to roll in starting the week of March twelfth on CNET car tech at cars dot CNET.com.
CNET's grab bag of fascinating cars from the 2007 Geneva auto show.
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