McLaren P1Enlarge Photo
McLaren recently started offering a bare carbon fiber option for owners of its P1. The post-production option (all 375 P1s have already been built) is offered through the MSO personalization department and the first example with it will be shown at the upcoming 2016 Geneva Motor Show. McLaren will also use the Swiss show to present a new addition to its entry-level Sports Series range.
2018 Lexus LC 500hEnlarge Photo
Lexus recently confirmed that the hybrid version of its stunning LC coupe would debut at the Geneva Motor Show. This week, the Toyota luxury brand released the first details on the twin-transmission hybrid system that powers the car.
2016 BMW M2 - First DriveEnlarge Photo
If you prefer your performance cars without all the hybrid tech, the 2016 BMW M2 is worth a close look at. We finally spent some time driving the car and we’re glad to report that it is everything we had hoped it would be and more.
Pagani Huayra BCEnlarge Photo
Another performance car without the hybrid tech is the Pagani Huayra BC. The car is a more hardcore version of the Huayra that comes with more power, more downforce and less weight. It’s also got a naked gear shifter similar to what you see in some Lotus and Spyker models.
2017 Jaguar F-Type SVREnlarge Photo
This week we saw the 2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR revealed. However, the arrival of the 575-horsepower sports car isn’t the only major change for Jaguar’s F-Type range. The new model year also sees the price of entry reduced while the list of standard options increased.
2017 Volvo V90Enlarge Photo
Another car revealed this week was the 2017 Volvo V90. The luxury wagon is due to debut at the Geneva Motor Show and we’re glad to report that it will eventually make its way Stateside. It will fill the void left by the exit of the V70.
2017 Porsche 911 R spy shots - Image via S. Baldauf/SB-MedienEnlarge Photo
Another car that's thought to be debuting in Geneva is a Porsche 911 R, new spy shots of which surfaced this week. The car is a homage to the 911 R homologation special from 50 years ago and like the original will likely be built in limited numbers.
Ferrari GTC4 Lusso launch at Villa Erba, February 15, 2016Enlarge Photo
The final car to make our This Week’s Top Photos list is the Ferrari [NYSE:RACE] GTC4 Lusso. The car is the updated version of the FF and it was shown this week at a special function for Ferrari’s most loyal customers. On hand to present it were the company’s top managers and Formula One drivers. Here we see Sebastian Vettel up on stage with the car.