We’ve taken a few days to reflect on what we saw at the Geneva Motor Show 2014. The purpose of this article is to bring you what we believe to be the biggest and best new releases from the biggest and best motor show!
This year’s event didn’t feel quite as busy as last year’s show. Whereas we saw the new LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and the surprise Lamborghini Veneno at last year’s show, this year, the focus was a little lower down the market. We covered all of the latest releases in detail on Tuesday and Wednesday. Below you will see what are our highlights of the Geneva Motor Show 2014!
Koenigsegg’s new release was undoubtedly the highlight of the Geneva Motor Show 2014. Featuring the same twin-turbocharged V8 powerplant as the Agera R, the Koenigsegg One:1 produces over 1,300hp with a near one to one power-to-weight ratio. Expect to see more of the Koenigsegg One:1 in the upcoming months as it sets out to set various new high speed records.
We loved the Maserati Alfieri Concept. Maserati is 100 years old in 2014 and it seems the perfect way to celebrate. The concept was named after one of the founding Maserati brothers. It previews a number of new design directions for the Italian company as well as providing an insight into the future of Maserati’s next GT car!
It seems as though the Lamborghini Huracan has been around for ages now. Everyone who is important will have seen the car by now, the public have had to wait until the Geneva Motor Show 2014. It has been dividing opinions with those we spoke to, however, there is no denying that it is one of the highlights of this year’s show!
The McLaren 650S was displayed alongside the McLaren 650S Spider at the Geneva Motor Show 2014. Whilst at first glance, the aerodynamic parts seem to transplant a McLaren P1 front on to the 12C, there is plenty to like about this new McLaren. Faster, more comfortable and better value for money, we liked the McLaren 650S.
The Geneva Motor Show 2014 also show the debut of the Zenvo ST1 production version. Danish Design meets Supercar, thats the essence of the Zenvo ST1 from Denmark.
The most extreme Pagani to date! This is the last Revolucion in a limited series of five. The particular Revolucion finished in blue carbon fibre is destined for Japan.
The Ferrari California T is the latest and greatest from Ferrari. The first Ferrari to carry a turbocharger for quite a while, the California T is expected the be very exciting indeed. The styling updates might also address some of the reservations previous customers had about the first generation car too!
The Audi TT Quattro Sport Concept features an upgraded turbocharged four-cylinder engine delivering an incredible 420 hp at 6,700 rpm and 331 lb-ft of torque between 2,400 and 6,300 rpm. This equates to an amazing 207 hp per liter. Whilst it is a concept, it could preview the expected next-generation Audi TT RS!
New lights, a convertible top, what’s not to like!
Whilst our focus was predominantly on the luxury car market, as you would expect. It seems wrong to gloss over some of the other innovations on display at the show. For a full overview of all premieres take some time to browse through our Geneva 2014 channel with all premieres and releases.
- BMW Highlights
- Porsche Highlights
- Lamborghini Highlights
- Mercedes-Benz Highlights
- Mercedes-Benz Media Night
- Volkswagen Group Night
- Apple Introduces CarPlay
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