Spring auto show season is in full force. That means the world’s automakers are gearing up for the Geneva Motor Show, one of the biggest events of the year. It opens on the 8th of February and runs until the 18th. This happens to coincide with duPont REGISTRY Live at the Baltimore Auto Show, but we’ve been known to be on multiple continents at the same time.
They have been teasing a new model with even more power, so let’s hope it can surpass the ST1
The incredible performance and safety of the Rimac Concept One were put to the test on Season 2 of The Grand Tour. Richard Hammond walked away from a graphic crash, which led the manufacturer to improve their design.
8. Mercedes-AMG G63
It has only been a few weeks since Mercedes-Benz unveiled the new generation of the G Wagen. As we all know, the AMG versions are the most popular, so get ready for the next generation G63 AMG.
7. McLaren P15 Senna
An homage to their best driver, the P15 is unlike anything McLaren have ever built.
6. Range Rover Coupe
This one speaks for itself!
5. Jaguar I-Pace
Who wouldn’t want an all-electric crossover with incredible range?
4. Ferrari 488 Speciale/GTO
The Ferrari 488 GTB and Spider are fast, very fast. Who in their right mind would add more power and aerodynamics? Come on, you know you want it!
3. Bentayga V8S
Twelve-cylinder engines have been the staple of British luxury since the beginning. You can’t deny the power and torque of the W12 in the Bentayga, but it is always nice to have an alternative for eco-minded customers.
2. Audi e-tron
What started as an all-electric A3 sportback has been in development since 2012. Audi operates a testing & engineering center two blocks down the road, so every once in awhile we see these prototypes on the street. We could tell you more, but you’ll have to wait!
1. Aston Martin Vantage
Sure Aston Martin builds hypercars and the incredibly Vanquish, but the Vantage is their Bread & Butter. Even if it’s their entry-level car, its still an Aston Martin, so it commands respect wherever you drive it.
Tell us which one you are waiting for in the comments below, and we’ll have all the info here next week. Stay with us for all your automotive news and have a great weekend!