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The Geneva Motor Show runs from 5th March until the 15th March. The NFDA Trusted Dealers have highlighted 9 of their favourite models unveiled at the Show.
The press preview would not be complete without the addition of the highly anticipated Aston Martin DBX concept car. Marketed as a luxury GT car, it has all the looks of a typical Aston Martin sports car combined with the high ride of a utility vehicle – could Aston Martin be considering creating an SUV for the high growth utility sector in the future? Though the DBX isn’t a traditional SUV it certainly hints that the company are considering it.
The Fiat 500 has been incredibly successful since its relaunch in 2009 so what better way to celebrate the popular city car than to bring our a limited-edition version? The Fiat 500 Vintage ’57 is the latest limited-edition 500 designed to pay homage to the original 500 that debuted in Turin in Italy in 1957. Will you be queuing up to buy one?
The new production ready 167mph Civic Type R has also been debuted at the Geneva Motor Show 2015 following months of teaser images and spy shots. Described as a ‘race car for the road’ the new model is designed to rival Ford’s Focus RS also debuting at the show. The new mega hatch boasts an impressive lap time around the Nurburgring Nordschelife of just 7 minutes and 50.63 seconds.
Another concept car to be unveiled at this year’s show is the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6. Described as a vision for Bentley’s future , the new concept model offers a powerful, stand-out showcar concept designed to stand out from the crowds, and with the potential to be the ultimate luxury two-seat sports car of the future.
Kia’s latest Sportsspace wagon concept is also on show at Geneva, and despite being a concept the design is said to be a preview for the next-generation Kia Optima – the Sportspace name could be used on a wagon variant of the Optima to differentiate it from the Sedan. Designed with European customers in mind, the wagon maximises space whilst retaining impressive levels of driving dynamics and interior comfort.
The Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4 is a more extreme version of the popular G-Class model. At 88 inches tall and 82 inches wide, the concept is essentially a four-wheeled version of the G63 6×6 introduced to the market in 2013, but with increased ground clearance , huge 22-inch beadlock wheels and a carbon fibre trim. Images of the interior are yet to be revealed but spy shots have suggested the cockpit will be largely based on the regular G500.
Porsche has officially revealed its new 911 GT3 RS, which offers greater weight reduction and overall performance than the regular GT3 thanks to a wider body (borrowed from the 911 Turbo), larger air vents and a huge rear wing. The new 911 GT3 RS baosts an all-new 4.0L flat-six engine capable of producing 500hp and 339lb-ft of torque, making it the most powerful naturally aspirated DI engine in the Porsche family.
The latest version of Skoda’s highly popular range-topping Skoda Superb has just been revealed. Sporting a chiseled design, it borrows some distinctive features from the mid-size Skoda Octavia and Skoda Fabia such as sharp headlights and a wide radiator grille. The Superb shares many engine features with other Volkswagen products such as the Audi A3, the eighth generation Volkswagen Passat and the seventh generation Golf.
Last but definitely not least is Volkswagen’s latest Sport Coupe Concept GTE designed in the style of a four-door coupe. Modelled on Vw’s modular MQB architecture, the GTE stretches 191.7 inches long and is 73.7 inches wide from shoulder to shoulder. The overall shape of the GTE is similar to that of the current VW CC, but VW says the concept is actually intended to sit above the brand’s current four-door coupe.