Geneva Motorshow is one of the world's oldest and most revered motorshows. It is the ultimate stage for manufacturers to debut their cars and all bring their best. Be it a radical design or a revolutionary product or even a mass market but highly anticipated vehicle, the chances are it will first debut at the International Geneva Motor Show
Skoda revealed the first sketches of its all new compact SUV called the Kamiq last month. And after several spy shots did rounds on the internet recently, the Czech carmaker has now officially unveiled the baby Kodiaq in all its glory. Slated to be launched at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show next month, the Kamiq is based on the VW Group’s modular MQB A0 platform.
Boasting the same specs and features as the coupe, but with a stunning drop top design, the Huracan EVO Spyder joins its coupe counterpart launched earlier this year. Like the EVO, it features a reworked front end with a sharper nose, wider intakes and different front splitter and wings. The rear features an integrated spoiler along with a tail section that is reminiscent of the Huracan Performante, with the dual exhaust pipes sticking out right from the mid-section of the tail.
Based on the same OmegaARC platform as the Tata Harrier, the all-new SUV is a 7-seater version of the Harrier and is based on the H7X concept. While it will be more or less similar to the Harrier in terms of design, what we can make out from the spy pictures and the teaser released today is the altered design of the D-pillar and the boot.
Mercedes has revealed the GLC facelift ahead of its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show, which begins on March 5. The mid-size luxury SUV from Mercedes has been given a couple of cosmetic tweaks to keep it fresh in the face of newer rivals. It even gets updated tech on the inside as well as new engine options with mild-hybrid systems. Set to go on sale in Europe in the second half of 2019, expect Mercedes-Benz India to launch the GLC facelift here in early-2020.
Ferrari has unveiled the 488 GTB replacement, the F8 Tributo ahead of its official unveil at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The Tributo is essentially the 488 but with everything dialled up to 11. Ferrari has taken all lessons learnt in the past four years and applied it all to the Tributo. What has emerged is a 3.9-litre turbocharged V8 monster with 710PS rearing to take on the McLaren 720S and the Porsche 911 GT2.
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