The 2017 Geneva Motor Show was a display of automotive wizardry and technological excellence combined into one big show-off. The public display of cars begging for consumer attention range from the fastest to the most luxurious of automobiles, and from production-ready vehicles to concept cars designed for future production. The auto show opened last week at the Palexpo Arena in Geneva, Switzerland and will run till March 19.
Many of the cars debuting at the auto show are from well-known automakers, while others are relatively unknown. The automakers all came out in a show of force and strength to make a statement with their automotive prowess, and consumers will definitely have a hard time making their choices when all the cars roll out into the market. Many of the cars that debuted on the auto showroom require specialists to explain their features and the objectives behind their production concept as well as how they can meet the needs of prospective buyers.
A list of some of the model cars at the Geneva auto show
Auto reviewer DuPont Registry listed the 10 best cars at this year's Geneva Motor Show according to its own rating. The list of these cars without any particular order is the Aston Martin Valkyrie and AMR brand, Bentley EXP 12 Speed 6e concept car, Ferrari 812 Superfast, Koenigsegg Agera RS Gryphon, Lamborghini Huracan Performante, McLaren 720S, Mercedes-AMG GT concept car, Mercedes-Maybach G650, Porsche 911 GT3, and the RUF CTR among others. Many of these cars looked like they could be taken away immediately for personal use.
Some others according to Pulse.ng listing include the Lamborghini Aventador S, Pagani's Huayra Roadstar, Bentley Continental Supersports with 700 horsepower, custom-built Bentley Bentayga Mulliner, Bentley EXP 12-speed 6e electric GT car, Porsche's Panamera Super Turismo wagon, Porsche's 911 GT3, Range Rover Velar SUV, Audi's Q8 Sport concept hybrid SUV, Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet, Daimler's G650 Landaulet, Lexus's LS 500h hybrid sedan, Volvo's XC60 crossover, Volkswagen's CC Coupe (Arteon), Ford's Fiesta FT, Honda's Civic Type R, Subaru's Impreza XV Crosstrek, Mitsubishi's Eclipse Cross CUV, and Alpine A110 sports cars among others.
Specs, prices and release dates
The full specs of these cars will be revealed in due time, and their estimated prices given in due course. Many of these cars will hit the market in a couple of years from now, and many of the concept cars may never ever leave the production line - they are cars of the future, regardless of their demonstration at the auto show. The review of these cars will also hit news sites and auto blogs as soon as they are scheduled to hit the market.