There are loads of awesome new supercars that have been unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show this year, we take a look at the best.
We’ve already blogged about the Ferrari FF quite a bit, that’s because we think it’s fantastic! In the flesh it looks even better than in photos or videos, and the interior is simply gorgeous. There’s easily enough room in the back for two six-foot adults and the boot is huge!
The new Lamborghini is the car we were most looking forward to seeing. It’s the replacement for the Murcielago and it looks amazing. Powered by a 6.5 litre V12 it can go from 0-60 in just 2.9 seconds. And yes, it does have the trademark scissor doors! See here for more details on the Lamborghini Aventador.
Ok, so maybe this isn’t really a supercar, but it is pretty cool. It’s the latest car from Morgan, and as the name suggests, it only has three wheels. It’ll cost £30,000 and is powered by an engine lifted from a Harley Davidson, giving it a 0-60 time of 4.5 seconds. Anyone crazy enough to drive it will probably end up appreciating those roll-over protection bars!
Aston Martin Virage
This is Aston’s latest car, and in the metal it is drop-dead gorgeous. Yes it looks a lot like a DB9, but that’s not an insult! For more, read our full blog post about the Virage.
This is the fastest car Jaguar have produced in years and is a more hardcore version of the outstanding Jaguar XKR. It boasts 542bhp courtesy of a 5.0 V8, meaning 0-60 comes in just 4.2 seconds. It may be a bit brash looking for some of Jaguar’s older clientele, but we reckon it looks stunning.
Maserati GranCabrio Sport
The star of Maserati’s stand this year was a beefed-up version of the GranCabrio, appropriately called the GranCabrio Sport. There are a few engine and suspension modifications, and some very subtle exterior styling modifications which, to be honest, we struggled to spot.
Lexus LFA Nurburgring
In case the LFA is far too common a sight for you (there are 4 coming to the UK afterall). Lexus have released a kit that increases the power by 10bhp, adds a bigger spoiler and the opportunity for the owner to experience one-to-one driving tuition at the Nurburgring.