The new Porsche 718 Boxster makes it’s debut at Geneva
The Lykan Hypersport, a Lebanese supercar with 770hp, these sold for $3.4 million!
The Italdesign GT Zero is certainly orange!
Here’s the mighty R8 GT3 on the Audi stand
The incredible Pagani Huayra BC is turning heads at Geneva
And the 1,500bhp Chiron in the flesh
And here’s Porsche’s new 911 R
We told you yesterday how Mercedes-AMG had gone cabrio crazy, here’s the new C-Class drop-top
Proving that coach builders still know their onions…the stunningly stunning Superleggera Disco Volante Spyder. If not the car of the show, then the car name of the show.
Could this be our car of the show? Lamborghini Centenario LP770-4: 6.5 litre V12, all wheel drive
Little video showing view from Seat stand (which serves best lunch), showing the size of just one hall… One journalist has clocked up 8 miles already
Here’s Arash’s bonkers 7.0-litre 505bhp AF10
Here’s Infinit’s Q60 coupe in the flesh
Before the crowds arrived GRR’s Gary Axon snuck in to see the star-cars under wraps
An Astra racer at Geneva from Opel
And here it is from the rear
And here’s Vauxhall’s GT concept in the flesh…
Honda’s 10th Civic, here in prototype form, and looking finer with each passing generation
Land Rover doing their usual two-tone magic with a sheet of aluminium
DS’s stunning E Tense concept, which marks its evolution away from Citroen
Volvo’s V90, here in T8 hybrid form, is one of the cars of the show for us.
On the Volvo stand is a 1800 ES and a new model in the range, available in the autumn in crash test orange or grey
They say it will be orange…
…a 1963 Jeep Wagoneer in stunning condition.
A lovely 1941 Willys. And behind it…
Good day to you sir, in your 6.4-litre hemi V8 powered by SRT
Ruf’s take on the 911 Turbo. 620PS. We unashamedly want.
Introducing Quattroroute. Students, eh?
A familiar car for FoS fans, the Sin R1
Ditto a McLaren
What FAB Design can do to a Merc. You like?
The F1 RA272 sitting pretty on Honda’s stand
Good morning, and it’s a spiritual start to the Geneva motor show.
Photography by Erin Baker and Newspress