Toyota's FV2 concept car gets shown off in the flesh. The automaker had the FV2 on display at its CES 2014 booth. Its built is pure futuristic. Toyota can be sexy again with this.Using unconventional four-wheel placement to its augmented reality windshield with built-in mood sensing cameras to all...
Mercedes-Benz revealed the production version of the S-Class Coupe at the Geneva Motor Show. It combines sports car proportions with the usual luxury and technology features.
Available initially only with a 4.7-liter V8 biturbo engine (in S 500 guise) producing 455hp and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque, the S-Class Coupé is likely to receive 8- and 12-cylinder AMG versions (S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG), as well as a 12-cylinder S 600 edition.
Alfa Romeo brought along the updated Quadrifoglio Verde versions of the Giulietta and MiTo to the Geneva Motor Show. The changes that took place are evident under the hood which receives the newer aluminum block 1.75 liter 4 cylinder turbocharged petrol engine from the 4C sports car.
Skoda's new cars seem to look a tad bit like BMWs and Mercedes-Benzes. This is the VisionC concept appearing at the Geneva Motor Show. It hints at the future design DNA that will be used in new models.
Citroën shows off the C4 Cactus at the Geneva Motor Show. The production version is remarkably close to the concept car and it adopts the Air Bump side, front and rear panels, and air capsules to absorb impacts and reduce vehicle repair costs in the process.
Opel’s booth was dominated by the brand’s smallest model, the Adam. It gained a new crossover-flavored model, the Adam Rocks and a study called Adam S.
The production version of the Opel Adam Rocks stayed true to the concept, retaining the raised ground clearance and more rugged looks. It sits 15mm higher than the regular Adam and has a wider stance and rolls on newly designed 17 or 18 inch alloy wheels.
Volvo's Estate Concept is the third show car revealed this year along with the other two such as the XC Coupe and the Concept Coupe.
The Estate Concept makes its first public appearance at the Geneva Motor Show and is a culmination of decades of making iconic load luggers and its shape from blocky and angular changes to flowing designs we see today.
BMW has another option if you're thinking of an alternative to its X6. This is the X4. The smaller sized sibling is practically similar to the X3 but BMW says the driver and front passenger sit 20mm lower than in the X3. The rear side seats are have also been made to make the fifth person more comfortable.
Will Opel build the Astra OPC Extreme to compete with Honda's Civic Type R concept? The car just made its official appearance at the Geneva Motor Show. The car was developed on the Nürburgring Nordschleife and is derived directly from the Astra OPC Cup race car.
Hyundai showed off their Intrado concept at the Geneva Motor Show today and it is not only a display car for the automaker's next generation fuel cell powertrain. It is also a vision of the evolution of Hyundai's Fluidic Sculpture design philosophy.