Our top 10 from the Geneva International Motor Show
We've just came back from Geneva and this is our top 20. (Kind of) Approved by Jean Todt.
10. McLaren 720S
One of the best sports cars of the moment now comes with a removable roof. It definitely is a looker, but it took McLaren two years to launch this car. A bit too long.
9. Koenigsegg Jesko
A new Koenigsegg is always an event! The new Jesko doesn't disappoint. We just hope we'll one day see it on the road. The Regera still hasn't gone into production and it's been two years. Will the Jesko inherit the same fate?
8. Bugatti La Voiture Noire
Officially the world's most expensive new car with a price of 16.7M Euros! It's basically a one-off re-bodied Chiron, which means that it's awesome but not that unique in the end. It's also supposed to pay tribute to the mythic 57SC Atlantic, but we don't see it. The name's also pretty dumb... The Black Car...
7. Peugeot 208
It's not only about the sports cars. The new Peugeot 208 mixes style and ingenuity. For the first time the car is offered with, either a petrol, diesel and even electric engines. It simply is everything a supermini should be.
6. Polestar 2
The Polestar 2 is the Tesla Model 3's new rival. It is a mix of a coupe, sedan, SUV and it just works. It is a very stylish alternative to the Tesla.
5. Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster
The Aventador SVJ is an amazing piece of engineering. By chopping the top off they made it even more exclusive. Only 800 cars will be built.
4. Aston Martin 003
The Valkyrie isn't even officially here yet and Aston Martin have given her a little sister. It looks quite similar to its big sister and the price should be about 1 millions pounds.
3. Porsche 911 Cabriolet (992)
Here we are, our top 3! Let's start with the 992 Cabriolet from Porsche. People will think that the design pretty much didn't change since the 60's and that's actually why we like it.
2. Ferrari F8 Tributo
We thought the F8 Tributo would be like the Lamborghini Huracan Evo. Basically taking the the technologies from the Pista and putting them into their newest base model. It's not the case here and Ferrari, once again, achieves a true "tour-de-force" in terms of design and performance. So, blue or red?
1. Mercedes-Benz AMG GTR Roadster
It was kind of a surprise actually. We didn't expect a Mercedes-Benz AMG GTR to make it to the top of our list. But this is something quite unique. Think of it as a track car with no roof on. As if Porsche did a GT3 RS Cabriolet. It something you really don't see everyday and it's a bit crazy. Moreover, only 750 units will see the day.