Lotus shows its latest lightweight models in Geneva by displaying the Evora Sport 410, Exige Sport 350, and Elise Cup 250. This trio could put a smile on any driver's face.
Techrules claims its AT96 and GT96 turbine-hybrid concepts have 1,030 horsepower, 6,372 pound-feet of torque, and a range over 1,273 miles. The company's numbers are still hard to believe, though.
Citroen has teamed up with a French band and introduced a new version of its adorable DS-badged hot hatchback at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
Renault tries to appeal to a wide range of customers in Geneva with the sporty GT trim of its Megane Sport Tourer wagon and the luxurious Zoe Swiss Edition EV.
Mansory is back at the Geneva Motor Show, and for 2016, it's turned its attention to the Ferrari 488 GTB, adding 129 hp and way, way too much carbon fiber.
The Italdesign GTZero, which debuts at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, reminds us that electric cars to not have to be boring. Also, it has beetle doors.
The notion of a Bugatti sedan refuses to die.
The Peugeot Traveller i-Lab Concept lets four people get the job done on the road thanks to a 32-inch tablet, inductive charging, and in-vehicle Wifi. It even supports Samsung's Gear VR virtual reality goggles.
The AC Schnitzer ACL2 Concept turns the M235i into an M2-fighter by fitting a tuned engine from the M4 with 570 hp and adding lots of carbon fiber parts. Unfortunately, it's not for sale and only for component development.
Mitsubishi brought a pair of "concepts" to the Geneva Motor Show, but so far as we can tell, they're nothing more than a couple of fancy paint jobs.
Seat and Skoda make better looking Volkswagens, and the new Ateca CUV is further proof of that. The sub-compact CUV is roughly the size of an Audi Q3.
Even at the pace at which it's moving, it'll still take a while for Volvo to replace the V40. So in the meantime, it's given it a bit of a facelift and introduced it at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
Fans of the BMW M760i, this is where we strike back against lovers of the new Alpina B7 xDrive, which just had its big debut on the floor of Geneva.
Lexus's two-transmission, two-motor, one-engine LC 500h is just as pretty as the gas-powered car from Detroit, but it should make for a more interesting ride.