Hyundai, Suzuzki, Audi, Lamborghini, Lotus, McLaren & Alfa Romeo are all set to debut at the upcoming Swiss convention.
Hyundai IONIQ line-up:
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Hyundai just announced they will release their IONIQ line-up at the Geneva Motor Show 2016. The All-New Hyundai line-up has three electrified models. The Hyundai to be showcased will be the IONIQ Hybrid, IONIQ Electric and IONIQ Plug-in. It will be the first time a line-up will be offering three electrified powertrains. Hyundai claims the line-up will include low-to zero-emission producing models.
Audi S4 Avant:
Audi also revealed the full details of their upcoming 2017 Audi S4 Avant station wagon before its debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The S4 Avant has lightweight construction and a digital instrument cluster making it an enticing package. Although the car won’t be offered in the US, it has gained attention due to an extra 53.3 cubic feet of storage space.
Lamborghini also confirmed some highly anticipated news this week. Lamborghini finally confirmed, Centenario will arrive at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The special super car will mark its official debut at the Swiss convention. The Centenario will celebrate the 100th birthday of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini. Only 40 of the Centenario will ever be manufactured and rumor has all of them are already sold.
Evora Sport 410 coupe:
Not one to stay behind Lotus announced their new Evora coupe is to be launched at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The Evora Sport 410 coupe by Lotus is 70 kgs lighter than the hardcore version. The loss in weight was achieved by using a new carbon-fibre for the manufacture of the Evora 410. The coupe also features lighter forged alloy wheels and has an additional 15 % down force.
McLaren 570GT ‘Hatchback’:
McLaren joined the Geneva Motor Show club by announcing the reveal of the McLaren 570GT. Full details of the glass-paneled, 'hatchback' version of McLaren's mad 570S were also revealed. The glass panel at the back of the super-coupe adds considerable space for luggage. McLaren’s has claimed the new model is their most luxurious and refined model ever. The McLaren 570S coupe is set to rival powerhouses such as the Porsche 911 Turbo.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta:
In a surprise twist before its debut at the Swiss moto show the spy photos of the new 2016 Alfa Romeo Giulietta emerged. The 2016 Giulietta features a new front bumper. The photos also hint at new modified headlights and different LED taillights. The 2016 Giulietta will be priced at 22,000 euros with the 1.4-liter engine packing 120 horsepower version.
Suzuki 2017 Baleno:
The 2017 Baleno by Suzuki will also be among the displays in Geneva. The 2017 Baleno is a compact manufactured with the design theme ‘Liquid Flow’. The 2017 Baleno is based on a new lightweight platform with a turbocharged 1.0-litre direct-injected BoosterJet petrol unit. Suzuki claims the Baleno can produce 110 horse powers.
Latest on Apple Car:
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Completely unrelated to the Geneva Motor Show is the hot topic about Apple’s electric car. On Friday, Tim Cook the CEO of Apple made some merry remarks about the rumored Apple car. According to Cook the Apple Car is a secret like Christmas morning is a secret. So basically until the Apple car does make an appearance we all have to stay in a state of Christmas Eve.