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Project Hero is the new Land Rover Discovery that features world-first drone tech created to help Red Cross save lives.

Say goodbye to Audi's naturally aspirated 4.2-liter V8, and hello to its new 2.9-liter biturbo V6.

Europeans get more powertrain choices than Americans.

Green, because it's a 1,500-horsepower hybrid.

Nearly 250 mph with the top down.

If you have the means, Aston can probably build it.

Electrolyte fluid costs less than a nickel a gallon.

NanoFlowcell says its electrolyte-liquid-powered sports car can go 180 miles per hour and has a full-tank range of more than 600 miles.

You're not supposed to see this.

The 650S successor should have 710 hp.

If it is released, the Panamera will be about the only fast wagon in America.

Mahindra gave the green light for 10 units.

The earth-friendly racecar is for "gentleman drivers."

Greg Migliore recaps the week in automotive news, including a recap of the Best in Show from the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

Self-imposed limitations won't benefit Ferrari.

When it comes to building a pure EV, "You'd have to shoot me first," says the Ferrari boss.

Fiat's Abarth 124 Spider revealed at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

Everything you need to see from this year's Swiss expo.

Here's our full roundup of coverage from the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. From crazy-powerful supercars to mainstream machines and tasty forbidden fruit, it's all here.

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.

And if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

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.

New DS3 Performance also makes Geneva debut.

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.

For those who think too much is just enough.

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.

All-wheel drive joins four-wheel steering and doors inspired by beetles.

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 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.

The latest from the company that wrote the book on racing cars for the road has outdone itself once again with the new Radical RXC Turbo 500R unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

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