It is that time of the year when the automotive giants from across the globe gather in the sleepy Swiss capital Geneva to launch their cars and display their latest developments. The event began with the auto giants including Tata Motors and Airbus unveiling their brand new designs. While Volkswagen introduced Sedric, the chauffeur car that can be controlled using a button, Tata Motor unveiled its first sports Tamo Racemo.
As the event continues to awe us by its extravagant display of automotive technology, here are seven beasts you should check out:
Aston Martin Valkyrie
Aston Martin partnered with Red Bull Technologies to unveil the ultimate ‘hypercar’ Valkyrie. The car derives its name from Norse mythology and literally means ‘chooser of the slain’. Codenamed as AM-RB 001, Valkyrie promises ‘otherworldly performance’.
Are you tired of the endless traffic jams? Well, Airbus has the perfect solution for you. Airbus Pop.Up looks just like the car from the future and combines the concept of drone with a car. The company partnered with Italian design firm Italdesign to bring this fully electric, zero emission concept vehicle designed to life.
Aston Martin Vantage AMR Pro
Aston Martin introduced a new line of high-performance cars at the Geneva Auto Show. The new AMR line combines the design of a sedan with the power of a racing car. Vantage AMR Pro’s GT4 race engine provides a power of 500 hp. There’s no word on pricing yet.
Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept
Hyundai has been talking about its hydrogen-powered car for quite some time now. Finally, the Korean automaker has unveiled a concept car that is as clean as its name. The car is powered by hydrogen fuel cell and emits water instead of smoke.
Mercedes AMG GT concept
When it comes to cars, Mercedes is one name that you just cannot miss. The company unveiled AMG GT concept at the auto show and must say we are impressed. The car features Mercedes EQ Power+ design and a powerful 4.0‑litre V8 Biturbo engine to give extra-ordinary performance.