The dust is finally starting to settle on the floors of the Geneva Motor Show after this year’s whirly press days. There was a boatload of exciting concept and new car reveals but here are some of our favorites. At the top of the list is Bentley’s EXP 10 Speed 6 concept. It was one of the real surprises of the show and confirms that the future of Bentley is looking bright. Well, at least to performance fans.
A new Lamborghini never disappoints, so of course we had to include the new Aventador LP750-4 SuperVeloce. With much more aggressive aerodynamics, a blazing paint job, and 750 metric horsepower (hence the LP 750-4 title) from a 6.5-liter V-12, the Aventador SV is the latest track-honed weapon Lamborghini will offer to its patrons.
Lamborghini Aventador SV
Another big surprise was the Aston Martin DBX concept. It’s described as a sports car with crossover characteristics and an all-electric powertrain, and a vehicle like it may just be headed for production.
Aston Martin DBX Concept
After years of teasing us with concepts, Honda finally revealed its newest Civic Type R in production trim. The car packs a turbocharged 2.0-liter mill with VTEC that’s good for 305 horsepower, and though we’re not expecting to see it in local showrooms its potent powerplant just may make it over.
Honda Civic Type R
Koenigsegg used this week’s Geneva Motor Show to roll out a second vehicle line, the electrified Regera. With a total power output of more than 1,500 horsepower, the Regera is the most powerful production car in history. It’s also likely to be the fastest accelerating car ever built, too.
The Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6 is dead. Long live the A. Kahn Design Flying Huntsman 110 WB 6x6, a Defender based six-wheeler that should help fill the void of the mega-Merc now that it’s out of production.
A. Kahn Design Flying Huntsman 110 WB 6x6
One of the most impressive cars on display at the Swiss show is Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus’ new SCG003. This small startup has just built a supercar that may end up outmatching products from more established firms, both on the road and the race track. The technical details of the SCG003 are simply mind-blowing.
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG003S, 2015 Geneva Motor Show
Another Geneva star has been Porsche’s latest 911 GT3 RS. As expected, the car packs a newly-developed engine and a dual-clutch transmission. It’s also one of the fastest naturally-aspirated production cars around the Nürburgring.
2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
McLaren unveiled a new version of its P1 supercar this week. The new version is called the "P1 GTR", and it’s McLaren’s answer to track-only models like the LaFerrari XX from Ferrari as well as the Vulcan from Aston Martin. The P1 GTR joins the P1 road car in McLaren’s flagship Ultimate Series, which sits above the Super Series and upcoming Sports Series.
McLaren P1 GTR
Audi’s second-generation R8 has made its debut, and to help kick off the launch the brand with the four rings brought four distinct versions. The lineup includes the regular V10 and V10 Plus models as well as a new battery-electric e-tron and second-generation LMS racer.
2016 Audi R8
There's simply too much to include here, but you can access all of Geneva Motor Show coverage over at our dedicated show hub.
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