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It’s the second press day at the Geneva Motor Show and Telegraph as already revealed its top ten line up of the best concept cars to hit the show. Below we’ve picked 4 of Trusted Dealer’s favourite concept cars to tell you about.
This smaller two-plus-two hatchback sports car would be on sale in 2016 and its concept gives strong hints regarding how the car would look in production. Built to rival the Jaguar F-type and the Porsche 911, the Maserati Alfieri would be powered by a twin-turbo V6 engine. Company boss Harald Wester said: “As a native of Modena, designing a Maserati sports car was my childhood dream. This pays homage to the A6GCS – long bonnet, wide shoulders, the grille, the oval hatchback, and the kick on the doors which is an echo of the A6’s pillars.”
This concept is one of the most interesting at the show as well as the furthest from production. The Intrado is a small crossover car which uses a clever skeleton of long sleeves of carbonfibre braid, surrounding foam cores which can be easily bent, then resin-injected to fix the shape. They’re joined at their ends to make up the car’s structure, which is extremely light and strong. The point is to save weight, the lighter the car, the further it will go on a tank of hydrogen.
We can’t get enough of Volkswagen cars so we’re delighted that VW has decided to enter into the baby SUV market and produce its very own T-Roc car which is the concept idea of a Volkswagen Polo-sized 4×4. We’re told something like this will go into production in around 3 years time, although significant changes will more than happen before then. The concept is a three-door with a removable roof but the production car would be five-door and with a fixed roof. The T-Roc uses the current VW MQB chassis, platform and electronics matrix.
In 2015 Honda will bring this hot Civic to market, taking its aerodynamic learnings from the Civic touring-car racers sporting a 1.6 turbo engine. Honda says this will be a fastest front-drive car around the old Nürburgring in Germany, however, according to Telegraphh.co.uk a version of the Seat Leon took several seconds off the record just days before the show.