2011 Geneva Auto Show

March 12, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

Geneva Auto

Geneva Auto show is renowned as an international annual auto show held in Swiss 2nd largest city Geneva. Geneva auto show exemplifies itself as for some of the world’s highly expensive, fantastic debuts. 2011 as well brings world’s handsome exotics with no difference. This year’s show, the 81st international Geneva auto show has a time span of 3-13 March 2011.

Let’s have a preview of some of the awesome debuts at Geneva auto extravaganza one by one:

Some best debuts and their features

The most wild, handsome cool, awesome cars that drive Swiss people as well as media coverage mad are mentioned below:

Alfa Romeo 4C

What could be coolest than cool? Surely an ice berg. But stop. At Geneva auto show Alfa Romeo 4C concept seems to be cooler than the ice berg. Yeah, yeah quite smaller size in comparison of Alfa’s 8C idea, Romeo 4C model has 200 hp of 1.75 liter, turbo 4-cylinder with a trivial Italian topping, in addition to its beauty. Alfa is intending to assemble it for 2012 for re-launching the brand in U.S; meanwhile you can save coins as its not at all going to be inexpensive and economical.

Audi A3 Concept

Audi for the first time avoided electric granola with turbocharged five-cylinder as similar to TT RS and Quattro notion. In addition to 408-horsepower turbocharged 5-cylinder engine Audi A3 is packaged with a seven-speed dual clutch gearbox. Possibly, to indulge North American’s preferences, Audi 3 with 4 door body style is around half a foot lengthy as compared to Audi 4 sedan.

2012 Ferrari FF

Ferrari has presented its new comic sports auto shaped like a shoe. Apart from its aggressive design and look Ferrari FF is evolved from neat all-wheel-drive system and is a four seater vehicle with direct-insertion 6.3 liter, V12 engine technology having 651 horsepower and the FF can cover 62 miles per hour in only 3.7 seconds.

Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4

It’s not weird that Italians bring in exotic models but two Italian representations at one show? It’s remarkable. Lamborghini unrevealed new sixth generation of V-12 super vehicles. After Murcielago in Lambo’s array Aventador LP700-4 is generations ahead of this pervious category. Vehicle is made up of carbon fiber and has adopted a racecar mode and single clutch gearbox along with TFT-LCD screen instead of analog gadgets for its dashboard.

Mini rocketman concept

The modern 3-series is lager as compared to its ancestor series that creates a space for BMW 1-series. Apparently Mini is planning to adopt alike strategy for its autos. The recent 2nd generation BMW architecture based Mini cooper is lager and bulky than the last model. This sedan is sample of rocketman idea.

Morgan 3-wheeler

It is renewal of an auto lineup that Morgan began producing almost a century ago, with slightly enhanced features and much more attention catching than those ancestors. With V-twin engine, 115 hp it looks like a World War 2 fighter jet.

Pagani Huayra

Not pretty enough but this second model of Italian Pagani Huayra seems to be an alien sedan from mars. Although not beautiful in the true sense but this auto is till awesome as the car is environment friendly with exposed carbon fiber. It attracts a huge crowd towards its coolness every time during the show.

Toyota FT-86 II Concept Exposed With More Extreme Approach

The next striking model Toyota FT-86 II idea revolves around the concept of Toyota’s rear-wheel sedan and is evolved with thankful contribution of Toyota’s partner Subaru in the enhancement of this model. The architecture of the two cars has little moment of inertia and a very minute center of gravity. Toyota defines this squashed sports car’s features as a more antagonistic front and some belligerent LED lighting.

Volkswagen Bulli concept

Retro autos either mostly fail or become extremely praised, and this one is going to get attention of course. This Microbus bulky model is fit for kids and mostly needed by old people with large families. It’s a six people carrier with beautiful style.


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