A guided tour of the 2017 Geneva motor show

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- McLaren unveiled the first in its second-gen Super Series, the 720S, at the Geneva show.
- Green and very, very mean – this is the Mercedes-AMG GT R.
- Ford's GT '66 Heritage Edition pays tribute to the original Le Mans-winning GT.
- The Mercedes-Benz E-class Cabriolet was unveiled at the Geneva show.
- The Citroen C-Aircross Concept previews a replacement for the long-standing C3 Picasso.
- Infiniti's Q60 Project Black S features bespoke bodywork and showcases a potential top-spec trim.
- It also explores the potential of an F1-derived hybrid assistance system.
- This is the new Ford Fiesta ST, which packs a turbocharged 1.5-litre triple.
- Mercedes rolled out its X-class concept, which previews a production pick-up. It's based on a heavily revised Nissan Navara.
- Peugeot's new Instinct Concept showcases the company's future styling language and new autonomous tech.
- The DS7 Crossback is the first SUV from DS.
- Looks like an older Porsche, but isn't – it's a new Ruf CTR, built on a custom carbonfibre tub and featuring carbonfibre panels. It's no slouch, either, as it packs some 700bhp. Yes, the Yellowbird lives again...
- Need to out-badge and out-cabriolet your neighbours? The outrageous Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet will probably do the trick.
- Hyundai's 375bhp all-wheel-drive RN30 concept made another outing at Geneva.
- Alpina brought along a host of new models, including this B4S.
- Aston Martin's upcoming 1000bhp hypercar is now called the Valkyrie.
- This is the new Audi Q8 sport concept, which showcases an upcoming flagship SUV.
- Zenvo Automotive unveiled its 10th Anniversary TS1 GT at the show. Purely cosmetic changes for the 1163bhp monster, though.
- Bentley's Speed 6e Concept is an all-electric luxury drop-top with a claimed range of around 300 miles. Besides pointing the way to an electric Bentley, you can expect some of its styling cues to turn up on future models, too.
- This is Mercedes-AMG's 805bhp take on the Porsche Panamera.
- The four-door high-performance GT concept features a hybrid powertrain.
- The Aventador S is Lamborghini's 730bhp flagship series production supercar.
- Audi's latest RS5 gets a 444bhp twin-turbo V6.
- Porsche revealed its new Panamera Sport Turismo, which is a slightly more practical – and far more stylish – version of its Panamera GT.
- Lamborghini's new Huracan Performante is now the holder of the quickest Nurburgring lap time for production cars – it knocked the Porsche 918 Spyder off the top spot with a 6m52s lap.
- The Tamo Racemo is an affordable mid-engined sports car from Tata. Not many will be made, mind, and they'll only be available in India.
- Kahn's new Vengeance Volante is based on Aston Martin's DB9.
- This is the new Porsche 911 GT3, which is now offered with both a six-speed manual gearbox or a seven-speed PDK.
- There's no limit on production numbers for the new 991.2 GT3, but the duration of production will be limited.
- AC Schnitzer was showing off some of its new cosmetic and chassis upgrades for BMW's hybrid i8.
- It wasn't all new metal at the show, mind. This Mercedes-Benz 280SL was in immaculate condition.
- This is the new Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo, which is carbonfibre supercar designed for racing.
- Rimac rolled out its Concept-One electric hypercar in Geneva. Its electric motors are claimed to produce a total of 1189bhp.
- McLaren's new 720S from another angle.
- Aston Martin launched a new high-performance brand called AMR. This particular car is the track-focused AMR Vantage Pro.
- Honda finally revealed the new Civic Type R in full. It's still front-wheel drive, it's still got a manual gearbox and it'll be the first of its kind to be officially offered in the US.
- Its turbocharged 2.0-litre engine puts out 316bhp, which is ten more than the previous version. Expect it to sprint from 0-62mph in around 5.7sec.
- Renault's Zoe e-sport concept is a 456bhp EV that's designed to show just how entertaining electric cars can be. Just don't expect to see it in showrooms anytime soon...
- The C8 Preliator Spyder is one of the first Spykers to get a new 5.0-litre V8 from Koenigsegg.
- This is the Land Rover Velar, which sits below the Range Rover Sport in its line-up. It features a range of new tech and trim options.
- The I-Pace is Jaguar's first all-electric car. We've seen it before, but the red paint is new.
- It's still a concept at the moment but it's thought to closely preview a production model.
- Need an 809bhp Porsche 911 Turbo? Best pick up the phone to Gemballa.
- Volvo's new XC60 made its debut at the Geneva show.
- The covers finally came off the new Alpine A110, which will take on the likes of the Porsche Cayman.
- Ferrari's 789bhp 812 Superfast was one of the stars of the show.
- The clue's in the title: this is the Fiat PanDakar.
- Like hot hatches? Then you might want to take a closer look at the supercharged 205bhp Yaris GRMN.
- Volkswagen's new Arteon is the successor to the coupe-alike CC.
- Pagani's wondrous Huayra Roadster packs a 754bhp twin-turbo 6.0-litre V12. Company founder Horacio Pagani said that the project was the most complicated that Pagani had ever undertaken, due to issues surrounding rigidity and handling.
- Koenigsegg brought along the first two customer-ordered Regeras. The company claims the cars are capable of 0-249mph in just 20sec.
- The Techrules Ren is an electric hypercar with an onboard microturbine that functions as a range extender.
- This is the Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 003S, a street-legal verison of the company's hardcore racer.
- This is the other Koenigsegg Regera that was on display.
- Not a fan of the Evoque Cabriolet? Best look away now.
- This is the all-electric Artega Scalo Superelletra. It's claimed to pack 1020bhp and be capable of 0-62mph in 2.7sec, and orders are being taken now – but only 50 will be built. It was designed by Italian coachbuilders Touring Superleggera.
- Mazda rolled out its Retractable Fastback MX-5 at the Geneva show.
- The Zerouno is a limited-edition supercar from Italdesign's new brand, Italdesign Automobili Speciali.
- Only five of the V10-engined supercars will be built.
- The new Suzuki Swift made its European debut in Geneva.
- This is SsangYong's XAVL concept. It's a seven-seat SUV and you can expect a toned-down version to arrive in production form in 2020.
- This is 'The Black Cuillin'. It's a luxury V12 sports car concept, from bespoke British manufacturer Eadon Green, which draws inspiration from the Alfa 8C 2900.
- Looks like an LMP1 car, but it's actually a concept for a road-going electric hypercar. It's called the Dendrobium and is from a company called Vanda Electrics. Williams Advanced Engineering, however, is responsible for its design and development.

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Comments (4)

  • Wow, so ugly, one after the other, ugly and more ugly. What the hell is going on in the world of car styling?

      4 years ago
  • I was hoping to see a GT-R... :) Still, the Infiniti Q60 Project Black S seems pretty impressive. Not to mention the Regera, though.

      4 years ago
  • First picture, it's meant to be 'second-gen Super Series'

      4 years ago
    • That is indeed correct Mohammed! Thanks for the heads-up. Too much time spent looking at 540Cs recently...

        4 years ago
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