Articles about Geneva International Motor Show

“We’re at the limit of the performance,” says Ferrari’s technical chief
It looks like it's going to be a busy year in Maranello. Ferrari's top guns have confirmed that a hybrid supercar is due within "the next two to three months." Not only that, we're also set to see five
That’s a lot of carbon fiber
After a few years of relative subtlety, Mansory is back freebasing carbon. But the infamous atelier of questionable tuning has gone all in this year. Mainly because there's some prime, fresh meat to get its hands on and lather in the
What a show
Move over Venom F5 and Chiron, Koenigsegg's new Jesko (named after Christian von Koenigsegg's father) is a 1,578hp twin-turbo hypercar shooting for 300mph (483kph). Given the speedy Swedes are the current production record-holder having averaged 277mph (446kph)
We use the term ‘cars’ lightly
Founded in 1971, Sbarro has made a habit of turning up to the Geneva Motor Show with one mad-cap concept or another. This year, though, it seems they forgot all about it and had to hastily throw together some bits from
“It’s for those customers who want something very special, and they’ll get it”
Who says the Germans don't do humor? Or irony? Here's VW showing up to Geneva with a cutesy electric buggy and talk of the Golf GTD disappearing from the new hatchback's ranks, and it thinks Top Gear has forgotten
Is this sacrilege?
A four-wheel-drive M3? It's on its way, people. A 4WD M4, too, in all likelihood. Rumors suggest that the next M3 and M4, launched later this year, will be available in both rear- and four-wheel-drive versions. Y'
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