News ID : 1859
Publish Date : 10 February 2018 - 11:48
Lots of great cars will make their debut in Geneva this year. Here's what we're excited about.
Khodrocar - The International Geneva Motor Show is an annual auto show held in March in the Swiss city of Geneva. The show is hosted at the Geneva Palexpo, a convention centre located next to the Geneva Cointrin International Airport. here's just some of what we expect to see during the press preview in march 6th and 7th.

Ferrari 488 "Speciale"

Ferrari always has something big to share at Geneva, and this year, all signs point to a "Speciale" version of the 488. We're not sure what it'll be called, but we've heard that it'll be closely related to the company's 488 race cars.

Rimac Concept_Two

Everyone's favorite Croatian electric supercar builder, Rimac, has something real special up its sleeve. The company will debut its second road car, which promises to be faster and more usable than the incredible Concept_One.

Morgan Aero GT

Morgan's lovely Aero 8 will soon end production, but before that, the British sports-car legend will make eight race-inspired Aero GTs. It should be a fitting send-off.

2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

This has yet to be confirmed, but apparently leaked pictures point to a new 911 GT3 RS making its debut at Geneva. As before, it'll be PDK only, and we suspect that it'll inherent some components from the GT2 RS.

Mercedes-AMG GT Four-Door

The AMG GT family will grow at Geneva with the introduction of a four-door model, previewed as a concept last year. AMG boss Tobias Moers told us that while this car will ride on a modified E-Class platform, it'll be closer to the firm's sports car. We're hoping that means it'll be rear-wheel drive.

2019 Mercedes-AMG G63

Mercedes showed off an all-new G550 at the Detroit Auto Show in January, and an even crazier one is expected in Geneva. Automotive News reports that we'll likely see the AMG G63 there. AMG played a big role in developing the new G, so the upcoming G63 should be good.

2019 Jaguar I-Pace

Lots of big-name luxury automakers have stated their intent to challenge Tesla and build an all-electric car, but Jaguar might be the first to get its EV to production. The all-electric I-Pace SUV is set to make its production-ready debut in Geneva, and it could be a game-changer.

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