Highlights from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show

Sports Cars

McLaren has announced the 570S Coupé, which will be a V8-powered two-seater with a carbon ...

McLaren has announced the first model to be launched in its upcoming Sports Series of cars. The 570S Coupé will be a V8-powered two-seater with a carbon fiber structure, and will debut at the New York International Auto Show next week.  Read More

Lyons Motor Car is set to debut its LM2 Streamliner prototype hypercar at the New York Aut...

Lyons Motor Car is not a carmaker with which many people will be familiar, having only been founded in 2011 and not having ever released a car. All that may be about to change though. If the firm is to be believed, it is set to unveil what will be the world's fastest car at the New York International Auto Show.  Read More

The new Lotus Exige S Club Racer is lighter and faster than the existing Exige S

Lotus is on a roll at the moment. Having announced the new Evora 400 and the Elise 20th Anniversary Special Edition within the last month, the British carmaker has now unveiled a new Lotus Exige S Club Racer. In short, it has refined the already remarkable Exige S Coupé even further.  Read More

The Lotus Elise 20th Anniversary Special Edition (Photo: Lotus)

Fresh from looking to the future with its new Evora 400, Lotus is taking a moment to reflect on the past. The British carmaker has announced a special Lotus Elise to celebrate the 20th birthday of the iconic car. The Elise 20th Anniversary Special Edition is based on (and replaces) the Elise S Club Racer.  Read More

Henrik Fisker's Thunderbolt design study based on the Aston Martin V12 Vanquish coupe

Automobile designer Henrik Fisker has created a one-off design study based on the Aston Martin Vanquish. Dubbed the Thunderbolt, the car made its debut at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance, and features a luxurious interior with a high-tech Panasonic infotainment system behind those shapely carbon fiber body panels.  Read More

Performance cars of Geneva 2015 (Photo: C.C. Weiss/Gizmag.com)

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

Bentley's EXP 10 Speed 6 concept debuts at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show (Photo: C.C. Weiss/G...

With the Bugatti 16C Galibier a distant memory, the Continental GT from VW sibling Bentley remains the pinnacle of supercar-level performance blended masterfully with ultra-premium grand touring elegance. But what if you sacrificed two seats of that touring luxury for more all-out, track-painting performance? You'd have the all-new EXP 10 Speed 6, a concept two-seat sports car that paves the way for a sportier Crewe future.  Read More

The Magna MILA Plus at the Geneva Motor Show (Photo: CC Weiss/Gizmag)

Automotive supplier Magna has unveiled a new concept car that will debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The Magna MILA Plus is part of the company's MILA innovation and technology brand. It's a plug-in hybrid two-seater sports car with an all-electric range of 75 km (47 miles).  Read More

The McLaren 675LT, Woking's latest superlative track car that will debut at the 2015 Genev...

Well here's a complete non-surprise. McLaren is taking its latest and greatest road car to the track with the intent of racing and winning. Christened the 675LT, it's loaded with enough technology and boasts enough performance to be a serious contender right off the trailer, and although success in racing is never guaranteed, betting against McLaren has often been shown to be a fool's errand.  Read More

McLaren's P1 GTR is set for a Geneva debut next month

McLaren has drawn on its illustrious past to launch one of its most exciting cars for the future. A production-ready P1 GTR will be displayed at the Geneva Motor Show, finished in the same color scheme that adorned its famous namesake, the F1 GTR. The P1 GTR is a fully stripped out, tuned up, track-only version of the McLaren's insane hybrid P1 hypercar, designed to showcase just how far Woking's finest engineers can push the performance envelope.  Read More

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