The Geneva Motor Show sets itself apart from the other international auto shows with a gathering of Europe's smaller boutique manufacturers and tuners. One of those is Gumpert, the German builder of supercars that have impressive performance and a polarizing appearance. Gumpert has had a strong showing at Geneva the last couple years, debuting the 750-horsepower Apollo S in 2010 and the coachbuilt Tornante last year.

Gumpert has big plans for this year's Geneva Motor Show, and back in November released a shadowy teaser showing a new supercar that would be revealed in March. Now that the show is just days away, Gumpert has released another teaser (seen above), and a few more details, including the fact that two Apollo models will be making their debut. First is the Apollo R, which Gumpert says is a "a true racecar with the brute power of up to 860 horsepower." Second is the Apollo Enraged, an exclusive model limited to just three examples that will be the "strongest Apollo that Gumpert has ever set on the road."

Gumpert also hinted at a time of 7:11.75 – no doubt a Nürburgring lap set by one of the aforementioned cars. Could the German supercar maker have nicked the production car lap record set by the Dodge Viper ACR back in September? We'll have to wait to find out. Check back on March 6th and 7th for official details and photos for both cars, as well as the rest of our Geneva Motor Show coverage.


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      level4
      • 2 Years Ago
      That's not a teaser it is censored. The rest of the car is so ugly they are not allowed to show it.
        Ernie Mccracken
        • 2 Years Ago
        @level4
        So jeremy clarkson and a few other people say it is ugly, and you just pretend that is your opinion as well? Why don't you come up with your own opinions.
      Drakkon
      • 2 Years Ago
      Aren't you supposed to beg someone's pardon after you gumbert?
      Ernie Mccracken
      • 2 Years Ago
      The Apollo has always been a great looking car, but 7 or 8 hundred HP is excessive. The original one in 2006 had 650 HP, and that is more than enough for a car that weighs 24 or 25 hundred pounds.
      oneighturbo
      • 2 Years Ago
      McLaren MP4-12C