he last two years have seen the launch of ‘hyper’cars such as the Ferrari LaFerrari, Porsche 918 and the McLaren P1, the ones that are much more capable than the ‘super’cars and in today’s world are considered the holy trio of luxury performance motoring. They are the best of the best that money can buy today…or are they?
Audi has taken the wraps off an all-electric version of its famous modern sports car the R8. Dubbed the R8 e-tron version 2.0, it is now in its second generation like its petrol powered sibling , though the electric version of the first generation R8 did not go beyond production form.
The India bound BMW 1 Series sedan has been spotted on test in Europe. It is the first time that BMW will add a sedan body design to the 1 Series line-up and is likely to include an estate design to cater to European tastes.
Mercedes-Benz has showcased the highly awaited Mercedes-Maybach Pullman limousine at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. This is the carmaker's latest addition to its line-up of the recently resurrected Maybach brand.
Ford may have powered into the 2015 Geneva Motor Show with the 2015 Focus RS hot hatch, but it’s the radical new GT that is grabbing the attention of many supercar enthusiasts at the show. Besides these two, Ford is also showcasing the Fiesta ST and the new Mustang in the Swiss city.
Innovation is the need of the hour and so Suzuki has presented the iM-4 concept at the Geneva Motor Show. This concept previews an upcoming compact SUV that ducks under the four-metre mark and might be a reality in a couple of years.
Renault Kadjar has made its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show after its online reveal a month ago. This modern crossover based on the Qashqai’s platform will be placed above the Captur in the international markets.
Japanese luxury automaker Infiniti has fully revealed its QX30 concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Shown previously in a couple of teaser images, this new crossover concept hints at a future compact vehicle that will rival the likes of the Audi Q3 and the Mercedes-Benz GLA.
After a five year hiatus, Honda finally brought out the all-new Civic Type R in Geneva. The much awaited hot hatch, which has a strong fan following across the world for its high-revving engine and sporty handling, has now been priced in the UK.