Finally – the video we have all been waiting for!
Our favorite car-guy and all round petrol head, Chris Harris, obviously visited the prestigious Geneva Auto Show last week, and we have to say, we are pretty excited to see what Chris has to say about some of the amazing (and some not so amazing) debuts, concepts and other wonderful vehicles on show in Geneva. (more…)
We already know that Lamborghini make some seriously sexy cars. Thus, with the unveiling of their latest baby, the Lamborghini Huracan, the Italian car maker has kept the sexiness firmly in place.
Unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show for the first time yesterday, the Huracan (obviously) stole the spotlight from any other car trying to show off at the show. And when you see what it looks like, it’s not surprising in the least.
Lamborghini aims to push the Huracan into the Gallardo’s market. The Gallardo, which is the company’s top selling model, could very well be replaced by the Huracan in terms of sales. (more…)
The Audi TT has firmly cemented itself as somewhat of an iconic car. The sleek, modern and clever design that got people talking when it was first released back in 1998, is getting a slight update.
The Mk II TT is Audi’s new TT. And just to give us a little taste before it’s official debut at the Geneva Auto Show in March, Audi has released a few sketches – that right, not photos or videos, but sketches – of the updated TT. (more…)
It has been quite a few years since we started hearing about the sports car FT-86 II. Though not official, some sources say that Toyota has their fix for FT-86’s powertrain. Last month’s Geneva Motor Show witnessed the FT-86 which was in its final phase of production.
The Geneva Auto Show is witness to many a beauty making their debut. Among them the Alfa Romeo 4C Concept has been showcased as a two-seater vehicle that comes across as a rear-wheel drive sport coupe. The car maker proposes to take the concept to production without much delay. We hear the model will go on sale in 2012.
Pictures of a new version of the Lancia Stratos were spied from a car buff, who was able to sneak a few shots when the car was being test-driven on an Alfa Romeo test track. A couple of new photos of the same car have emerged, and also news of it being a single piece recreation of the Stratos – brought forth by a joint project by Pininfarina and Fenomenon Holistic Design.