2015 Geneva Motor Show
Porsche just introduced the Cayman GT4, with its 3.8-liter flat-six churning out 385 horsepower. But according to Evo, the German automaker is already looking at an even more hardcore GT4 RS.
The 2015 Geneva Motor Show provided us with a ton of hot new metal to talk about. Here we go through all the debuts and pick our five favorites.
The Phiaro P75 Concept Cipher at the Geneva Motor Show is a project borne from Japanese engineers wanting to create their ultimate weekend car that could be at home at the track or on the road. The skeletal roadster packs 142 horsepower in a 1.5-liter four-cylinder sitting behind the driver.
MTM has come up with yet another RS6, taking Audi's standard high-powered Avant and tuning it up with 750 hp and nearly 700 lb-ft of torque.
For a relatively small Japanese brand, Suzuki brought quite a bit to the Geneva Motor Show with its iK-2 and iM-4 Concepts. The vehicles show off the company's future styling, next-gen platform and two future powertrain ideas.
It might be closely related to the Volkswagen Golf, but the Skoda Superb delivers a much larger, passenger-friendly, four-door package.
The Sbarro Aria Concept is the fruit of a 12-week student design project, and looks like it would be a hoot to toss around some Alpine roads.
Spania seems to think the GTA Spano is the most important, most highly anticipated vehicle on display at the Geneva Motor Show. That's clearly not the case, but it's pretty cool, regardless. See for yourself.
Ruf brings its own take on naturally aspirated Porsche power to the Geneva Motor Show. Its RGT 4.2 boasts a 4.2-liter flat-six pumping out 518 hp and 369 lb-ft of muscle.
Ignore the violent shade of yellow, and it's easy to see that Techart has managed to modify a car without ruining its aesthetics.
Mercedes-Benz introduces the V-ision e Concept PHEV in Geneva. Yes, there's a dash in the name.
The Kia Cee'd GT Line might look like just another hatchback that's offered to European customers on the outside. However, underneath the vehicle hides two of the Korean brand's latest powertrain innovations.
Want a 911 Targa but with Turbo power? Look no further than the Ruf Turbo Florio, a partial convertible with 621 horsepower and a 205-mph top speed.
Mansory tuned the Lamborghini Huracan to 1,000-plus horsepower and loaded it up with carbon fiber to create the Torofeo, which premiered at the Geneva Motor Show.
Toyota came to Geneva with a light update to its Auris wagon, touching up the headlights, taillights and bumpers of the long-roof relative to the Corolla.
The Magna Steyr Mila Plus is pretty darn cool, if you ask us, and well worth the time you'll spend checking it out in our high-res gallery of live photos from Geneva.