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There are many beautiful cars at this year's Geneva Motor Show, and it's hard to pick the prettiest, but one stands out as an absolute stunner: Touring Superleggera's Berlinetta Lusso. Dressed in a subdued shade of blue and clothed in alloy bodywork, the Berlinetta Lusso is as new as the computer controlled Ferrari V12 under the long hood, and simultaneously as old as the hammers used to beat the body panels into shape. Read More
Building upon the groundwork it laid at last year's Geneva Motor Show, Liechtenstein's Nanoflowcell used this year's show to highlight two very different ways that its flow battery technology can be put to use. The Quant F is a full-blown hypercar, using its fluidic battery to send more than 1,000 horses marching out onto the track. The Quantino, meanwhile, uses Nanoflowcell technology for more humble purposes: up to 620 miles (1,000 km) of zero emissions commuting. Read More
Prized as a neutral oasis in the middle of exotic car-crazed Europe, the annual Geneva Motor Show serves as a veritable breeding ground for the world's fastest, sexiest cars. This year's show seems just a little more special than usual, with shimmering aluminum and glossy carbon fiber imprisoning our pupils in virtually every corner of the six halls of the Palexpo. It was a dirty job, but we dove in with both feet to bring you photos of every track-hugging race car and road trip-hungry convertible. Read More
The brand new Audi R8 has only been out for a matter of weeks, but Ingolstadt’s engineers have already turned it into a GT3 racer. The R8 LMS R8 racer not only meets the new GT3 safety standards that are set to be introduced in 2016, but meets the crash test requirements for the much lighter Le Mans prototypes. To achieve this, Audi has modified the car’s front crash structure and used carbon fiber–reinforced polymer (CFRP) for the rear structure. Read More
It was no secret that Aston Martin would have a big presence at the Geneva Motor Show. We were itching to make our way to its booth ever since seeing the Vulcan track car. When we arrived, we found that Gaydon had a little something extra in store. It revealed an entirely different look with the surprise debut of the DBX, a concept car that explores the possibility of a luxury GT crossover. Read More
Porsche has used the 2015 Geneva Motor Show to unveil its most track-ready, stripped-back 911 yet – the 911 GT3 RS. Powered by a a 4.0-liter flat six engine that develops 373 kW (500 hp) and 458 Nm (338 lb.ft), the new generation RS is 0.8 seconds faster to 60 mph than the outgoing GT3 RS 4.0, with a sprint time of 3.1 seconds on the way to a top speed of 193 mph. Read More

As we all know, having lots of cars littering your workplace can be a hazard and a barrier to productivity. Conscious of this, Audi has enlisted some robots to tidy all their spare cars out of the way until they're needed. What's more, the "Ray" robots get on with it without bothering anyone. Read More

One of a handful of motoring events that attracts one of the most commercially-desirable audiences of high net worth individuals in the world, Gizmag looks at what to expect at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance and surrounding auctions. Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion car, Marlene Dietrich's Rolls Royce, plus 37 cars we think are capable of achieving a million dollars or more when they cross the auction block. What's more, you can watch the auctions on the internet for free. Captivating entertainment for enthusiasts. Read More
It may look like a minivan with a power cord hanging out of it, but what lies beneath the rather suburban skin of the Mercedes Concept V-ision e plug-in hybrid might just be the future of hybrid drive technology. Read More
Volkswagen just hit the automotive world with a hell of a one-two punch this week in Geneva. Long wanting to get into the sporty coupe game, VW has been on again, off again with various show cars. And plug in hybrids? Why hasn't one of the world's largest automakers cracked that territory in a big way yet? Volkswagen's answer: Why not do both? Read More
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