GENEVA (AP) -- The 81st Geneva Auto Show opens its doors to the public, offering both green technology for drivers worried about spiking fuel prices and gas guzzlers for speed demons with money to burn.
Among the stars of the show are Volkswagen's Bulli, a contemporary take on the old minibus much loved by hippies in the 1970s, and Hyundai's i40 D-class accessible luxury station wagon.
Despite the specter of sharply higher oil prices, the super sportscar segment has plenty to show as well. Lamborghini is rolling out the sixth generation of its V12 engines, which get just 13 miles (21 kilometers) to the gallon, and Ferrari shows off the FF, a V12 billed as the company's most powerful four-seater ever.
The show is open Thursday through March 13.