Photos | Auto Expo 2020: Electric vehicles, concept cars and more

The 15th edition of Asia's largest automobile show in terms of visitor footfalls kicked-off in Greater Noida on Wednesday with many auto companies, start-ups, telecom, alternate fuel, electric vehicle and social media firms participating at the mega event. The Auto Expo 2020 -- Motor Show, will will formally open for the public from Friday. This Auto Expo is beyond just showcasing of vehicles and will also focus on the new paradigms of mobility like connected cars, electric cars, and alternative fuel.

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Maruti’s managing director Kenichi Ayukawa unveils the concept Furturo - e at the Auto Expo 2020. The 15th edition of Asia’s largest automobile show in terms of visitor kicked-off in Greater Noida on Wednesday with many auto companies, start-ups, telecom, alternate fuel, electric vehicle and social media firms participating at the mega event. (Ramesh Pathania / Mint)

Maruti’s managing director Kenichi Ayukawa unveils the concept Furturo - e at the Auto Expo 2020. The 15th edition of Asia’s largest automobile show in terms of visitor kicked-off in Greater Noida on Wednesday with many auto companies, start-ups, telecom, alternate fuel, electric vehicle and social media firms participating at the mega event. (Ramesh Pathania / Mint)

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Visitors are seen at the entrance of the Auto Expo. The expo is organised jointly by ACMA, CII and SIAM from February 7-12 for the general public, at the India Expo Mart in Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida. (Money sharma / AFP)

Visitors are seen at the entrance of the Auto Expo. The expo is organised jointly by ACMA, CII and SIAM from February 7-12 for the general public, at the India Expo Mart in Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida. (Money sharma / AFP)

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A view of the EV GWM R1 by Great Wall Motors. It is the world’s most affordable EV. The Expo is beyond just showcasing of vehicles and also focuses on the new paradigms of mobility like connected cars, electric cars, and alternative fuel. (Pradeed Gaur / Mint)

A view of the EV GWM R1 by Great Wall Motors. It is the world’s most affordable EV. The Expo is beyond just showcasing of vehicles and also focuses on the new paradigms of mobility like connected cars, electric cars, and alternative fuel. (Pradeed Gaur / Mint)

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The coronavirus outbreak scare was clearly visible at the expo with China’s FAW Group firm Haima Automobile cancelling its scheduled press conference as top leadership team of the company could not make it to India. On Sunday, India announced temporary suspension of e-visa facility for Chinese travellers and foreigners residing in the neighbouring country and issued a fresh advisory saying anyone with travel history to China since January 15 can be quarantined. (Anushree Fadnavis / REUTERS)

The coronavirus outbreak scare was clearly visible at the expo with China’s FAW Group firm Haima Automobile cancelling its scheduled press conference as top leadership team of the company could not make it to India. On Sunday, India announced temporary suspension of e-visa facility for Chinese travellers and foreigners residing in the neighbouring country and issued a fresh advisory saying anyone with travel history to China since January 15 can be quarantined. (Anushree Fadnavis / REUTERS)

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MG Motor India unveiled its futuristic concept car Marvel X, the world’s first mass-production model to achieve Level-3 Intelligent Driving. The company also showcased a global line-up of 14 products and may introduce some of them in the country based on consumer response, said MG Motor India president and managing director Rajeev Chaba. (Anushree Fadnavis / REUTERS)

MG Motor India unveiled its futuristic concept car Marvel X, the world’s first mass-production model to achieve Level-3 Intelligent Driving. The company also showcased a global line-up of 14 products and may introduce some of them in the country based on consumer response, said MG Motor India president and managing director Rajeev Chaba. (Anushree Fadnavis / REUTERS)

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German luxury carmaker Mercedes Benz launched AMG GT 63S 4Matic 4-Door Coupe in India priced at ₹2.42 crore. The company also announced opening of bookings for its upcoming models, A-Class Limousine and new GLA SUV, which are slated to be launched in June and October this year. (Manish Sharma / PTI)

German luxury carmaker Mercedes Benz launched AMG GT 63S 4Matic 4-Door Coupe in India priced at ₹2.42 crore. The company also announced opening of bookings for its upcoming models, A-Class Limousine and new GLA SUV, which are slated to be launched in June and October this year. (Manish Sharma / PTI)

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Hyundai Motor India launched a new version of its premium SUV Tucson. While unveiling the model at the Auto Expo, Hyundai Motor India managing director and CEO SS Kim said the new Tucson strengthens the company’s dominance in this segment in the country. (Money Sharma / AFP)

Hyundai Motor India launched a new version of its premium SUV Tucson. While unveiling the model at the Auto Expo, Hyundai Motor India managing director and CEO SS Kim said the new Tucson strengthens the company’s dominance in this segment in the country. (Money Sharma / AFP)

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