The 86th Geneva International Motor Show is coming soon and there will be a lot of beautiful cars as seen in the early details that have been teased.
One concept that has not been seen but is hotly anticipated is the all new Bugatti Chiron. We don’t know what to expect here but the latest we have seen from the French automaker is the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo concept.
The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo was developed for the Playstation video game series Gran Turismo. Achim Anscheidt, Director of Design at Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. mentioned that the concept
The Vision Gran Turismo was much more than a virtual gimmick for us Bugatti designers… The design was both a gift to the millions of Bugatti fans around the world to thank them for their loyalty and enthusiasm, and at the same time an expression of how we see the stylistic future of our brand developing.
We are curious to see how much of the Vision Gran Turismo concept will be implemented in the new Bugatti Chiron. If you go to Bugatti’s website this is the lone picture that you’ll see:
The Peugeot Citroen company will be unveiling the DS E-Tense which is an all electric 400 horsepower Grand Touring car. Head over here to check out the rest of the pictures.
McLaren will be unveiling the most luxurious version of their sports cars to date. The 570GT’s pricing starts at £154,000 for the U.K. market (~$215,000) and is chock full of luxury appointments, cargo space, and better ride comfort that will make this the most livable McLaren ever. Head over to this article for the rest of the pictures and a video.
Rimac Automobili, a Croatian car company that develops hybrid systems and electric vehicles, will be unveiling their production version of the Concept_One, which was originally shown in 2013. This electric supercar is expected to produce a 0-62 mph time of 2.8 seconds. Check out the rest of the pictures here.
Ferrari’s newest shooting brake and Ferrari FF replacement is here as the mouthful GTC4Lusso. This version will be a 6.3 liter V12 producing 680 horsepower, and Ferrari has been emphasizing the sharing of driving joy to your passengers. Perhaps this Grand Tourer will be the most comfortable Ferrari yet?
Jaguar F-Type SVR
The SVR moniker is reserved for the best versions of Jaguar models, and the F-Type SVR deserves it well. The faster 2 seater convertible and coupe F-Types will possess a 567 horsepower and 424 lb-ft of torque with revised body panels to help differentiate it with lesser Jags. Head over here for more pictures.
We’ll be covering the new cars as they are revealed in the Geneva International Motor Show. Stay tuned for updates!