2019 Geneva Motor Show
The Geneva International Motor Show is always a glitzy affair. This year supercar styling joined the forecast of an electric future.
The smooth looking Audi Q4 e-tron compact EV SUV has a 280-mile-plus range. Due out in two years, it shared the spotlight with several plug-in hybrids.
Volvo’s compact EV Polestar 2 appeared in Geneva after an online reveal the week before.
This Mercedes-Benz EQV electric van concept will carry 8 in style. This more traditionally powered CLA shooting brake also arrived, along with a drop top AMG GT R.
BMW’s updated 7 Series flagship made its first public showing, along with plug-in hybrid variants of the 7 Series, X5 and 3 Series.
The Aston Martin Lagonda All-Terrain Concept electric SUV debuted, along with the AM-RB 003 (Oh-Oh-3) mid-engine hypercar, and the Vanquish Vision Concept.
Alfa Romeo’s first plug-in hybrid and compact SUV is this Tonale Concept.
This cute Honda e uses an electric motor to drive the rear wheels for 124 miles.
Jeep is charged up with plug-in hybrid versions of the Renegade and Compass.
Electrified all-wheel drive crossovers arrived as Nissan’s IMQ and Mitsubishi’s ENGELBERG TOURER concepts.
Volkswagen’s ID BUGGY is set for 155-miles of dune hopping.
‘Imagine by Kia’ is their first all-electric four-door performance coupe.
And speaking of performance, this new-gen Porsche 911 Cabriolet headlined a dynamic trio that included the Porsche 718 T and the Macan S.
Bentley is celebrating 100-years with a racing heritage inspired Continental GT Number 9 Edition… a convertible… and the Bentayga Speed.
Bugatti pushed the limits with this one of a kind “La Voiture Noire“.
Lamborghini arrived with the naturally aspirated V12 Aventador SVJ Roadster, and the V10 Huracán EVO Spyder.
Ferrari unleashed the 710-hp turbo-charged F8 Tributo.
The Pininfarina Battista promises an electric hyper-car 0-60 thrill ride in less than two seconds.
The Italdesign DaVinci concept shows elegant electric Grand Touring style.
Toyota sent hearts surging with the GR Supra GT4 competition concept.
The new Mazda CX-30 compact crossover slides in between the CX-3 and CX-5.
While the VIZIV Adrenaline foretells a new “BOLDER” theme at Subaru.
And so goes the highlights from Geneva, and this week’s Motor News.