The sleekest cars at Geneva Motor Show
Cars so beautiful they’ll make you take your chequebook out
You couldn’t have missed these eight impressive cars if you’ve been following the Geneva Motor Show, but just in case you did, here are a few of our favourite picks. And if you did have a look at them before, well, we know you won’t mind looking at these beauties again. The Bugatti Chiron is probably the most powerful and fastest super sports car ever made, at least according to Bugatti. The Veyron successor boasts a redeveloped 8.0 litre, quad-turbo W16 engine which produces 1,479bhp. It costs a staggering $2.7 million. All 40 models of the limited edition Lamborghini Centenario are already sold out, and they haven’t even been produced yet. It produces 770 horsepower and has a top speed of over 217 mph – and a price tag of $1.9 million. The new Aston Martin DB11 looks like it should be in a James Bond movie, and it probably will be. It houses a twin-turbo 5.2 litre V12 that pumps out 600 horsepower. Bentley Mulsanne Speed 2017, first extended wheelbase car, 6.75-liter, twin-turbocharged V8, turning out 530 horsepower, can go at a 4.8-second 0-60 time and a 190-mile-per-hour top speed. French high-end car brand DS revealed this E-Tense all-electric concept car, which can allegedly go from 0-62mph in 4.5 seconds. The Ferrari GTC4 Lusso, dubbed the “family Ferrari” due to its four-seaters, has a 681 horsepower and can go from 0-62mph in 3.4-seconds, but it also has a 4-wheel drive system, which is the most impressive part for us. McLaren 675LT Spider: McLaren’s fastest convertible is 100kg lighter than its predecessor, the 650S Spider, and can go from 0-200kph in 8.1 seconds. Finally – an all-black Rolls-Royce. The limited edition Black Badge comes in a Ghost and Wraith model. Though the Wraith’s 6.6 litre V12 engine is mostly the same except for an added 52 pounds of torque and, the Ghost model’s engine is increased by 40bhp, becoming 603bhp.