Geneva, Here We…

…oh, wait a minute. We bring news of DTW’s Geneva intentions.


This week marks the opening of the 89th Salon International de l’Automobile at Geneva’s Palexpo exhibition centre. Open to the public’s lovestruck gaze from March 7 to 17, it will be preceded (as is customary) by two successive press days (5th and 6th).

Joining the likes of Ford, JLR, Hyundai, Infiniti, MINI, Opel and Volvo, (we’re very now) DTW’s full-time editorial team will be non-attendees I’m afraid, but in time-honoured tradition, we have retained the services of two regular contributors for both press days who will allow you to sample a flavour of the Palexpo’s slightly curtailed delights.

By consequence, normal DTW service will be suspended to some extent this week, but we trust you will bear with us and that our exclusive coverage will act as balm to any potential disappointment this change in schedule might entail.

The DTW editorial team would like to express our gracious thanks to Christopher Butt and Robertas Parazitas for their kind assistance.

Author: Eóin Doyle

Co-Founder. Editor. Content Provider.

2 thoughts on “Geneva, Here We…”

  1. On an unrelated topic, did DTW’s fifth birthday pass unheralded last month? If so, a belated Happy Birthday from me to the most intelligent, thoughtful and civilised automotive website on the Internet. Well done and keep up the good work!

    1. Thanks for the kind words Daniel. It’s greatly appreciated, as is the collective knowledge, intelligence and civility of all our regular contributors & commenters. Our thanks to you all (including those who choose to remain silent).

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