The Cars that Made the Geneva Motor Show the Greatest of All Time

Motor shows naturally feature new and upcoming models from top brands in the auto industry, including Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Bentley, to name a few. This year, the Geneva Motor Show, which is the first major European car show of 2015, some of the world’s premier automakers brought their A game, which is what everyone expected. What really made this motor show the greatest in human history according to Business Insider is that there were “groundbreaking and completely unexpected new cars on show.”

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Some of the highlights of the show include the following:

  • Bentley first announced that they were only going to present an updated version of the trusty Continental GT. However, the top automaker caught everyone by surprised when it introduced the gorgeous EXPO10 Speed 6 concept coupe.
  • Bugatti launched the 450th and final Veyron hypercar, which they nicknamed “La Finale”.

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  • Mercedes-Benz presented a track-ready version of the P1 hypercar, which is the exclusive, $3 million McLaren P1 GTR.
  • Mercedes-Benz also debuted McLaren 675LT supercar. It features an upgraded 3.80-liter V8, inspired by the company’s 1997 F1 GTR longtail race car.
  • Mercedes-AMG introduced the GT3 racing version of the new AMG GT sports car.
  • Audi introduced the Prologue concept, whose design will serve as the basis for all their future models. The second-generation 2015 R8 supercar was also unveiled during the Geneva Motor Show, which will be sold in v10 or as an e-tron versio with a range of 280 miles.
  • Aston Martin Vulcan hypercar was one the most amazing things you’ll see in Geneva. It has a horsepower of over 800hp and a special V12 track, which is the most extreme model in the history of Aston Martin.

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  • The Aero 8 sports car from Morgan, another English manufacturer, was also presented at the opening of the car show in Geneva.
  • Zenvo, a Danish boutique hypercar-maker, displayed an upgraded version of its 1,100-horsepower ST1.

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