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.
Ferrari 488 GTB has been officially unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show after its online reveal last month. The 488 GTB is the third production model by Ferrari in the company’s history to use forced induction and the second mid-engined car to adorn turbocharging.
Volkswagen has taken the wraps off its Sport Coupe GTE concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Now this new creation holds quite a bit of importance for Volkswagen as it previews the brand’s new, progressive design language.
The ongoing Geneva Motor Show has played host to the debut of Audi’s new race car. Based on the recently unveiled 2015 R8, Audi says the R8 LMS already meets the requirements of the new GT3 championship regulations to be introduced in 2016.
Morgan has unveiled the new Aero 8 at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The new Aero 8 will act as a replacement for the Aero Coupe and Aero Supersports and is the British sportcar manufacturer’s most advanced car, as yet.
South Korean manufacturer SsangYong has exhibited the new compact Tivoli SUV at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The carmaker had launched this vehicle in Korea last month, when it was announced that the car will be made available in several international markets as well.