Experience the Luxury
The most prestigious cars event 86th Geneva motor show kicks off in early March.
More than 800 models take a place on Europe's largest car show! Exclusive cars, hot concepts and world premieres!
Each year, Geneva impress the world with the most innovative trends and the latest technologies in the automobile industry.
Let's have a look on the top 5 most luxurious supercars from the Geneva auto show!
The Aston Martin DB11 will replace the DB9 this year after 12 years in production.
The DB11 is set to use a 5.2-litre twin-turbocharged V12 with at least 600bhp! It'll also get a brand new interior with Mercedes-sourced sat-nav and switchgear. It’s way to early to talk about prices, but given the current DB9 starts from $187,000, it’s probably safe to assume the DB11 will cost less than $200,000 before options. The Daily Telegraph says the new Aston could "steal the show" and is certainly one of the most anticipated launches.
Possibly the most anticipated reveal for fans of supercars, Bugatti follows up the Veyron with an all-new release at Geneva.
The Chiron will cost a reputed €2.2 million (£1.6m) at launch for a base-spec model, that's a wallet-wilting £650,000 more than the Veyron and a string of roadsters and special editions in the pipeline will only send that number spiraling upwards.
This is a hyper car like no other, carrying on where the Veyron 16.4 left off and trampling all over the Top Trumps stats of cars such as the LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porsche 918
Maserati have started building the new Levante SUV in February 2016. Rather than a platform-share with Jeep, all components will be sourced from within Maserati.
The Levante will be built upon the same modular floorpan as the Ghibli and Quattroporte, and constructed at the Fiat group’s Mirafiori factory in Italy.
Engines are also tipped to shared with Ghibli and Quattroporte, with 3.0 V6 and 3.8 V8 power at launch, with diesel variants and a high-performance GTS model also in the pipeline. The most powerful model should deliver more than 500 horsepower.
An eight-speed automatic should be the only transmission. The car will cost between $80,000 and $150,000.
Ferrari starts build the "family car" – could you imagine that?! Four-seated, four-wheel drive and steering V12.
The GTC4 Lusso features a refined, updated design that takes several cues from Ferrari's more recent models, including new headlights that are similar to the 488 GTB's. Additional upgrades - 6.3-litre V12's output has been boosted from 651bhp to 680bhp, which is still produced at a peak of 8000rpm. Ferrari says the system provides “the exhilaration of Ferrari driving anywhere, anytime, anyhow.”
The pricing hasn’t been revealed for the Lusso just yet, but the FF it’s replacing starts at just under $300,000.
It's the big news on the Porsche stand at the 2016 Geneva motor show.
The latest Boxster is more powerful, quicker and faster. Predictably, it’s also far more efficient than the naturally aspirated Boxster of old. This new Boxster gets a different moniker, too. Although it's effectively an update of the existing type '981' model, it will be badged – and referred to – as the ‘718 Boxster’.
A more powerful GTS version based on the Boxster S, with 'at least' 365bhp. You’ll pay £41,739 for a new Porsche Boxster, or £50,695 for a Boxster S.