Geneva Motor Show 2013 - most anticipated debuts

5/03/2013

One of the biggest motor show's in the world, the 83rd International Geneva Motor show, is being held from the 7th to the 17th of March.

 

With so many debuts hotly anticipated, we have the cars (both luxury cars and more affordable rides) that automotive lovers can't wait to get a glimpse of.With so many debuts hotly anticipated, we have the cars (both luxury cars and more affordable rides) that automotive lovers can't wait to get a glimpse of.

2013 McLaren P1

mclarenP1SMALL-(1).jpgEasily the most anticipated debut expected at Geneva, McLaren has been sneaky about releasing details of its new supercar, leaking details slowly. The P1 is a Formula One racer’s dream, designed with a hybrid drive train to be race ready – it is also destined to be the most powerful street-legal race car on the road. Imagine how fast your daily commute would be!

Volkswagen Golf-e EV

One of the most hyped electric vehicles is the EV version of the VW Golf. VW’s new Golf EV will have a driving range of up to 175km and the battery pack will charge fully in just 20 minutes. The electric powertrain is thought to feature a new version of the motor systems used in the previous Blue e-Motion model.

2014 Alfa Romeo 4C

Alfa Romeo will be unveiling its highly anticipated 4C compact sports car in Geneva. The mid-engine, two seater vehicle is filled with high-tech features including a carbon fibre interior, a four-cylinder 1750 turbo petrol engine and a cool new ‘Race’ mode, designed to enhance your driving experience on a race track.

Volkswagen XL1

One debut grabbing headlines from Geneva is the VW XL1, touted as the most fuel-efficient car in the world. The futuristic-looking two seater car uses a diesel plug-in hybrid propulsion system to use less than one litre of fuel per 100km (when on the combined cycle). Just think how few trips you’d need to make to a petrol station with fuel consumption like that!

Which debut are you most looking forward to at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show? Tell us over on our Twitter account!

 


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