Targeting the younger audience, this tiny electric vehicle got a big boost during the Motor Show as it aimed at sharing vehicle concept and not private ownership — ‘pay-as-you-go’ via the application. With a top speed of 28mph, the Citroën could be driven without a driving licence in certain countries.Kia Europe’s Imagine concept displayed its interiors with the dashboard showcasing 21 iPad-sized infotainment screens. We want an airy and roomy cabin, but more inviting, Imagine’s interior designer Ralph Kluge reportedly said.After revealing their concept of zero-emission in last year’s Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin is now betting big on building an ultra luxurious electric car inspired by a super yacht.The company is yet to reveal the pros of all-terrain concept but they did mention that the batteries will be placed on the floor to make space. Nissan has been coming up with concepts of electronic cars for some time now. This time, Nissan IMQ captivated a large mass of audience because of its concept of e-Power hybrid tech that can use even a small petrol engine to charge battery of an electric motor and power wheels.The Fiat Centoventi stole the show at the Geneva Motor show 2019 by becoming one of the most desirable modular car concepts. The car would be first sold as a plain grey car but the buyer can then customize the car by choosing from the four options available for paint, wheel wraps, and bumpers. In fact, the idea of the company is to make a completely customisable car that can have over a hundred accessories from Fiat.The concept of Piece Mark Zero by Piece Automotive was unveiled in the ongoing Geneva Motor Show. The concept recalls two timeless design, a classic Jaguar and a Maserati style. It has a slinky two-door design that can hide three electric motors. The Piece Automotive is looking forward to achieving a speed of 0-100km/hr in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 250km/hr.