Best 5 Cars At Geneva Motor Show 2018


2018 has brought in not just the new trend in fashion for men but also men new style, world’s most awaited and innovative new cars that were showcased at Geneva Motor Show

1. The M8 Gran Coupe:

BMW’s outshining M8 Gran Coupe, was simply the best in its forthcoming 8-Series line. This car is likely to hit the roads by 2020.

BMW

 

2. The Bentayga Hybrid:

The cynosure of all the eyes was the Bentley Motors’s V8 Bentayga and the hybrid version of Bentayga SUV with multiple power sources including the V6 combustion engine and an electric motor. Leading French designer Philippe Starck has given classical enhancement to this masterpiece.

Bentley

 

3. The Gran Coupe:

BMW’s concept car was showcased to the world with an approximate price of $100,000, the M8 Gran Coupe is an announcement to the world for the upcoming 8-Series lineup. Expect this blonde luxurious vehicle on roads by 2020.

BMW

 

4. The 991 GT3RS:

Porsche AG was screaming loudly with its all-new 991 GT3 RS claimed to be the fastest Porsches ever built. 991 has 520 horsepower with a top speed of 3.2 seconds through the seven-speed PDK paddle-shifting gearbox. This speeding wonder will give you 60mph in only 3.2 seconds as it has a 21-inch lightweight, is expected to be launched at $190,000.

Porsche

 

5. The Huracan:

Automobili Lamborghini SpA was proudly flaunting the all-new Huracan Performante Spyder, the machine that not only promises speed but also a powerful body, as carbon fiber components have been added making it 35 kg lighter than the older version. This car is ready to challenge even the finest cars such as the Ferrari NV’s 488 Pista and the McLaren 675 LT.

Spyder

 

6. The Merc EQA:

The Mercedes-Benz Concept EQA was one of the most astounding cars shown at the Geneva Motor Show. This is also Merc’s pioneering compact, an electric-powered car that will start the production from early 2020.

Merc

 

Other wonders that were shining brightly at the show were Venom F5 by Hennessey Performance Engineering claimed to have the speed of 300 miles per hour, Halo by McLaren Automotive and all-electric Lagonda Vision Concept by Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd.