2016 Geneva Motor Show
Things are heating up again with some pretty amazing vehicles making their world debut at the Geneva Motor Show. One in particular that is on our radar is the Audi Q2.
At first glance the Q2 already shows its muscles as an off-road adventure or for everyday driving in a big city. The Q2 is the all-round vehicle. Youthful and provocative in its styling and with all sorts of high-tech equipment on-board.
The Bugatti Chiron also made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Said to be the most powerful, fastest, most luxurious and most exclusive production super sports car in the world. The Chiron is the latest generation of the ultimate super sports car and is a completely new development.
Aston Martin has launched the first product under the company’s Second Century plan. The DB11 is a bold new figurehead of the illustrious DB bloodline. The DB11 is an authentic, dynamic sporting GT in the finest Aston Martin tradition.
The Ferrari GTC4Lusso also made its debut at the Geneva Show. The GTC4Lusso has class-leading performance, versatility in all driving conditions and sublime elegance.
The Honda Civic Hatchback Prototype showcases the aggressive new design of the 2017 Civic Hatchback, launching later this year as the third new Civic variant in what constitutes the sportiest most expansive Civic lineup ever, including the 2016 Sedan and Coupe and still-to-come Civic Si variants and radical new Civic Type R.
The new C-HR will give Toyota a presence in the growing C-segment crossover market. Its dramatic styling represents a breakthrough in the segment, and shows the new face of Toyota.
The eagerly-awaited Volvo V90 made i’s world debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The stylish and versatile V90 is the latest in the premium car maker’s top-of-the-line 90 series sitting alongside the award winning XC90 SUV and the recently-launched S90 premium sedan.
Opel made its world premiere of the GT Concept. The concept car combines the past with future however, the GT Concept does not imitate its famous predecessor. Instead, it offers a new interpretation of the original’sexciting style.
Maserati has chosen the 86th Geneva International Motor Show to introduce the first SUV in its hundred-year history, the Levante.
Mercedes-AMG is brought two models from the C-Class performance family to the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. In addition to the C43 Coupe, the sports car and performance brand also showcased the C43 Cabriolet.
Twenty years after the first Boxster made its debut, Porsche introduced the latest generation of its mid-engine roadsters. The 718 Boxster features more power, greater fuel efficiency, and further improved handling. The new models are named 718 Boxster and 718 Boxster S, paying homage to the flat-four cylinder engines that were used in the mid-engine Porsche 718 sports car which won numerous races back in the late 1950s and early 1960s.