Geneva 2016 motor show
2016 Geneva International Motor Show
86th Geneva motor show kicks off in March
3 December 2015
The Geneva show is over for another year, and what a blockbuster year it was.
Car-makers pulled out all the stops to show off new metal in what is one of the
biggest motor shows of the year.
Audi showed off its new Q2, the smallest SUV in the German marque's stable, and
what is likely to be a big volume seller for the brand.
High-end British brand Aston Martin revealed its replacement for the DB9,
called the DB11. Boasting a 447kW twin-turbo V12, it is Aston Martin's most
powerful DB ever.
Citroen hi-po shoot-off DS revealed its wild e-Tense concept, an
electric-powered concept car capable of delivering 300kW/516Nm via lithium-ion
And Bugatti unveiled the Chiron, its successor to the monstrous Veyron. Powered
by a quad-turbo W16 engine, it is capable of producing an insane 1103kW/1600Nm.
The next event on the motor show calendar is the New York show, starting on
March 23. For all information from the Big Apple, keep an eye on GoAuto.com.au.
It's show time! The Geneva motor show is underway and is already showcasing
some blockbuster cars such as the Lamborghini Centenario, Aston Martin DB11,
Bugatti Chiron and Porsche 911 R. For all the details on these exciting new
models, stay logged on to GoAuto.com.au.
Only a week to go before the start of the Geneva motor show, and the number and
scope of concepts and new production models being premiered promises to make
the Swiss show one of the biggest on the 2016 show calendar.
Japanese luxury car-maker Lexus will reveal the hybrid version of its gorgeous
LC500 coupe, following the petrol version's debut at Detroit.
Toyota will reveal its sub-RAV4 sized SUV, which will likely turn into a
high-volume seller for the car-making giant.
BMW will show off its stonking M-tuned V12 M760Li xDrive luxury sedan, powered
by a 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12 making 441kW/800Nm.
Maserati has already given preliminary details of its Levante SUV, but more
information about expected powertrains is expected at the show.
For all the latest updates on all things Geneva, stay tuned to GoAuto.com.au.
The first European auto show of the year is just around the corner, and the
86th Geneva motor show looks set to show off some exciting models from Europe
and further abroad.
Opel will reveal its GT sportscar, which it has been teasing in the lead up to
the show. Rumour has it that as a GM product, the GT could eventually make its
way to Australia wearing a Holden badge.
Czech brand Skoda could reveal its mid-sized SUV that is expected to share DNA
with either the Volkswagen Tiguan or the CrossBlue concept from the 2013
And Porsche will reveal the new turbocharged boxer four-cylinder engines that
will be seen in the entry-level variants of the Boxster and Cayman, further
proof of Porsche's shift towards blown engines.
For all the latest news leading up to the Geneva show, make sure to keep it
locked on GoAuto.com.au.
The start of March brings with it the 86th instalment of the Geneva Motor Show
in Switzerland. As the first European show of the year, Geneva promises to
showcase a number of exciting and cutting-edge new models.
Geneva has previously been the show where hot metal including the McLaren P1,
the Maserati GT and Lamborghini Gallardo have all made their debut.
For all the latest news and previews for the Geneva show, keep an eye on
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