The 2018 Geneva Auto Show has kicked off, and theme this year seems to be centered around high performance cars. Don’t get me wrong, mainstream crossovers that will actually be purchased by loads of consumers were still plentiful. Lexus unveiled their new compact UX crossover, Jaguar showed off the production version of the all-electric I-Pace crossover, and Land Rover had the new limited edition Range Rover SV Coupe on display. Some of the more significant debuts, however, were largely performance vehicles. Mercedes unveiled the new four-door AMG-GT, BMW took the covers off the M8 Gran Coupe Concept, and Toyota showed off the long-anticipated Supra Concept in race car form. For a more detailed look at the Geneva Auto Show debuts, watch this video from Autocar.