This week and next, the 88th annual Geneva Motor Show is taking place in Switzerland. The event finds the world’s leading automakers showcasing what they have cooked up for the coming months.
Here, we are in turn highlighting the best vehicles unveiled during the 2018 showcase, as the post will be updated throughout the week with new rides being introduced.
The majority of the looks so far detail road-ready vehicles, while the likes of Alpine and Porsche, among others, have also shared racing variants. We then see a seven-figure car in Bugatti’s Chiron Sport ($3.26 million USD), alongside a number of vehicles retailing for well over $100,000 USD.
Early standouts include BMW’s M8 Gran Coupe, the Ferrari 488 Pista, the Huracan Performante Spyder from Lamborghini, McLaren’s Senna supercar, and the Zenvo TSR-S. Oh, and let’s not forget about Dutch company PAL-V and the world’s first production-legal flying car for sale, the Liberty.
Now, see below for the hottest rides unveiled at Geneva Motor Show 2018.
Abarth 124 GT
The 124 GT’s standout feature comes in the form of a removable carbon fiber hard top. Here, the GT version, outfitted with a turbocharged engine, arrives in a silver and black color scheme.
Alfa Romeo Stelvio Nürburgring Edition
Alfa Romeo’s Stelvio Nürburgring Edition has a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V-6 engine that cranks out 505 horsepower, paired with eight-speed ZF transmission, and Chassis Domain Control system. The SUV then welcomes carbon-backed Sparco race seats, as well as uprated, carbon-ceramic brakes.
Alpine A110 and A110 GT4
The GT4 is Alpine’s race car version of the A110, built for European motorsport. While the street-ready Pure and Légende editions house a 250-horsepower 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, the GT4 is highlighted by unspecified power upgrades, also featuring a custom roll cage, six-piston Brembo brakes, and Öhlins adjustable race suspension.