There was a list of cars on the Geneva Motor show from the power-packed hypercars to family runabouts, such as: Honda Civic, Maserati Levante, Toyota C-HR, Lexus LC500h, Skoda Vision S concept, etc.
Aston Martin DB11
Aston boss Andy Palmer said that the company’s cars have to be beautiful. Many people want to see more the DB11 after the exhibited. The car is the modern interpretation of Aston style, complete with a new twin-turbo V12 and incredible aerodynamics. Hope that it will go as good as it looks.
The Bugatti Chiron is £1.9million worth of 261mph craziness and 1,479bhp.
Put simply, everybody has their opinions. Example, the one industry insider said that this is a car that transcends motoring.
Not surprisingly when there are nearly 170 deposits of about £180,000 laid down. The Bugatti CEO Wolfgang Durheimer said that the one mega-rich fan has ordered six ones!
The Volvo V90 is practical, smart and sophisticated – Basically, all things of a big Volvo wagon should be. This car impressed with the brown paint’s bold shade on the current cars.
The cabin looks like a step on from even the XC90 that is the kind of seats that make you to undertake a long trip and one of the best infotainment systems in the business with excellent materials.
Volvo V90 is on a bit of a roll at the moment with the new engines finally paying off and investment in platforms.
The ambition of Audi is fill all niches in the car market continued at the Geneva show. The new Audi Q2 looks so great under the bright lights. It will be a familiar sight on every UK roads last year. This car has available with diesel engines and a range of turbo petrol and – due to the versatile MQB platform of VW Group.
Porsche 911 R
The new Porsche 911 R is considered as the most scintillating sports car revealed at the Geneva motor show. The recipe is the GT3 RS’s 493bhp high-revving 4.0-litre flat-six combined with a six-speed manual transmission and mouth- watering.
This is a 911 for the purists that no big wing. The 0-60mph time 3.7-second means performance and three pedals to make sure the driver is at the heart of all things. It is lighter than the featherweight GT3 RS about 50kg like a titanium exhaust.
At the perfect time, the McLaren 570GT is considered as the perfect McLaren. Combined with all the rest of the Sports Series, and endowed with the slightly more practical twist. The combined rear and front boot space is more than the Ford
Focus hatchback. Especially, McLaren pulled off the feat and made the McLaren 570GT look more attractive.
On the racetrack, the McLaren 570GT will promise to lose little of focus, but is a daily driver thanks to slightly slower steering and fractionally softer suspension.
Jaguar F-Type SVR
Four-wheel drive makes for the mind-bending 0-62mph sprint of only 3.5s, a hefty 567bhp 5.0-litre supercharged V8 and the pretty exciting package in the sport car pace race.