The Geneva autoshow starts today for members of the press, then the public gets to go starting this Thursday. Before an autoshow, it is well for the purpose-driven visitor to prepare, gathering information to help guide viewing and note-taking. That’s why for the first time, this week DVN brings you information concerning the new models exhibited in the autoshow. Twenty-five of the most interesting cars, from the DVN perspective, include models from Audi, BMW, Citroën, ord, Hyundai, Jaguar, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Škoda, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen, and Volvo. Read it over so as best to know where to devote your time and energy—or to get a sneak preview if you can’t make it to the show. More information of the Geneva Auto Show will be published at the next newsletter and a report will be available from 27 March.
Registration is now open online for the DVN Tokyo Workshop. All the exhibition booths have been reserved and so we must regretfully turn down any further requests for booth space. We strive to have the workshops in the best hotels, and sometimes the available space is just not enough. If you think you might attend the Workshop, sign up early; don’t wait until all the seats have gone.
About the VISION Congress: the deadline has passed. We received more than 100 abstracts and the scientific committee’s selection process will be rigourous to find the best 30 of them. Stay tuned!