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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Geneva International Motor Show – Worst In Show

We went a little gaga in our list of the best debuts from the 2018 Geneva International Auto Show, including no less than five honorable mentions in addition to our regular list of five winners. But, as is tradition, we must now don our collective troll faces and single out those rides that not only failed to make the cut, but also elicited our ire and dismay. So read on for our list of the Worst In Show from Switzerland this year, and don’t forget to post your opinion in the comments!

Continue reading for the worst debuts from the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show.

Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe


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Mercedes has a habit of using rather, uh, controversial naming techniques for some of its models, blending body styles and labels to create some really niche weirdness. Not that there’s anything necessarily wrong with niche weirdness, it’s just that at a certain point, all it amounts to is a marketing ploy and an excruciatingly long title. Take for example the new AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, which arrives in Geneva as the latest example of the Affalterbach brand’s penchant for adding the word “Coupe” to various things. But it’s not just the name that has us scratching our heads on this one – the car isn’t much more than a pumped-up CLS with a fixed rear wing and 630 horsepower. And hey – we love wings and extra ponies as much as anyone, it’s just that we were expecting a bit more from this debut.

Read our full review on the 2019 Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe.

Nissan IMx Kuro


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We last saw the Nissan IMx concept in 2017, and now, there’s a new version. But not really – it’s pretty much the same thing we saw 6 months ago, but updated with a new grille, silver paint, and black wheels. That’s pretty much it, and frankly, if you’re gonna bring a concept to the Geneva International Motor Show, you gotta bring your A game. This is more like D+ game, like Nissan decided to write a school report the night before class by copy/pasting sections of Wikipedia. We know you can do better Nissan. But hey, just give us a new Z sports car and all will be forgiven.

Read more about the Nissan IMx Kuro or our full review of the Nissan IMx Concept.

BMW M8 Gran Coupe Concept


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Before you grab your torch and pitchfork, let us just preface this blurb by saying that we think the M8 Gran Coupe Concept is very sexy indeed, with curvaceous lines and sultry styling that have us clamoring for more. Thing is, we were kinda hoping Bimmer would bring us a production version of the 8 Series, rather than yet another concept car. So, maybe adding the GC to our Worst In Show list isn’t totally fair, but considering we’ve already seen this thing in two-door form, it’s not totally out of line to expect something more substantial, right?

Read our full review of the BMW M8 Gran Coupe Concept.

PostHeaderIcon Touring Sciàdipersia Pays Tribute To Luxury Travel Of The Past

In case you were unaware, Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is a legendary Italian design house and bespoke coachbuilder, best known for products like the Alfa Romeo Disco Volante, Bentley Continental Flying Star, and Touring Berlinetta Lusso, among others. Now, Touring is offering a new limited edition custom two-door dubbed the Sciadipersia, bringing superlative European grand touring style as a celebration of the 60th anniversary of the bespoke Maserati 5000 GTs that Touring created for the Shah of Iran back in the ‘50s. The
Sciadipersia was “designed to cover long distance with complete ease and in total comfort,” much like the travelers that booked passage on the Orient Express so long ago.

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The Full Story


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“The Sciadipersia features an utterly unique exterior, with a plethora of horizontal details that enhance the car’s natural low and wide stance.”

First up, the name. Sciadipersia is Italian for “Shah of Iran,” which frames this custom two-door as a nod to the three Maserati 5000 GTs that Touring customized for the last Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, back in 1958.

The new Sciadipersia features an utterly unique exterior, with a long hood line, a rear-biased greenhouse, and a plethora of horizontal details that enhance the car’s natural low and wide stance. Aluminum trim with a polished finish is found just about everywhere, as is hand-brushed satin. The exterior also features Orient Night Blue paint, as well as select carbon fiber elements.

“The surface treatments portray an arrow about to be loosed from a bow,” Touring gushes, “with a sharp front and a suggestion of the fletches at the rear.”


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“The upholstery consists of leather from Foglizzo, and comes with a “special aroma” specially developed for Touring applications.”

The interior is equally customized, with a four-seat layout employing a quartet of individual captain’s chairs. The large windows provide a panoramic view of the surrounding landscape, a feature that’s meant to mimic the “luxury travel in the days of the Orient Express and the great ocean liners.”


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The upholstery consists of leather from Foglizzo, and comes with a “special aroma” specially developed for Touring applications. The blue hue found outside is matched in the cabin, and comes complemented by contrast stitching and piping detailing. The seat backs come with an embroidered Sciadipersia logo. Naturally, the vehicle also includes a customized Foglizzo luggage set that fits into the trunk.

Under the skin, you’ll find the Sciadipersia is based on a modern Maserati GranTurismo rolling chassis, with the naturally aspirated V-8 powerplant and corresponding mechanical features going unchanged from the stock vehicle.

Providing motivation is a 4.7-liter V-8 making 460 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque, all of which is sent rearwards through a six-speed automatic transmission. Performance specs match the standard Maserati, with a claimed 0-to-62 mph time of 4.6 seconds and an estimated top speed of 301 km/h (187 mph). Curb weight is rated at 1,700 kg (3,748 pounds).


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“Pricing is available upon request, but rest assured, this is one very expensive automobile.”

Pricing is available upon request, but rest assured, this is one very expensive automobile. Like “if you have to ask, you can’t afford it” expensive. Each example is hand-built in Milan, with Touring limiting production at 10 units total.

Furthermore, the hand-formed panels will offer a high-degree of precision fitment to make sure the Sciadipersia meets the standards expected of such a vehicle. Even though it’s a custom automobile, Touring says it will conduct rigorous NVH (noise/vibration/harshness), ride quality, weather-proofing, and finish tests.The whole build takes six months to complete.

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PostHeaderIcon Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain Gets a Custom-Built ‘Greatest Hits’ Jaguar XJ6

When he isn’t chopping wood on bangers like “The Trooper” or “Run To The Hills,” heavy metal drummer Nicko McBrain entertains himself with a collection of handsome Jaguars. Now, he’s got another Bad Cat to indulge in following the debut of this customized XJ6 at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show.

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The Full Story


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“Over 3,500 man hours went into its creation, with more than 4,000 individual parts either refinished, replaced, or redesigned during the build.”

Built in Coventry by the skilled hands of Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works, this custom XJ6 heads to Geneva as part of Jag’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the XJ nameplate. Over 3,500 man hours went into its creation, with more than 4,000 individual parts either refinished, replaced, or redesigned during the build. From the exterior, to the interior, to the powertrain and suspension, every facet of the machine was customized to McBrain’s specification.

Outside, the updates include new customized front and rear bumpers embellished with chrome detailing, as well as flared fenders front and back. Under the larger wheel wells, Jag stuffed in customized 18-inch wire wheels wrapped in Pirelli rubber. There’s also new sills and rear door pressings, as well as Series 2 XJ door handles and mirrors. The fascia gains LED headlights with “Halo” daytime running lights, and the whole thing was slathered in Mauve paint.


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“Step into the cabin, and you’ll find new seats covered in leather with a Pimento Red finish and black piping”

Step into the cabin, and you’ll find new seats covered in leather with a Pimento Red finish and black piping. Up top is an Alcantara headliner, while the dash uses a Dark Grey sycamore veneer, much like McBrain’s snare drums. The pedals also get a musical nod, rocking a design similar to that of a kick drum pedal. An “Eddie Growler” badge (basically an Iron Maiden-ized Jaguar) was added to the steering wheel.

A new infotainment system, complete with a touchscreen and a rear back-up camera, bring it into the modern age, with aluminum switchgear inspired by the controls of a guitar amp used for inputs. Unsurprisingly, the XJ also gets a kick-ass stereo pumping out 1,100 watts of raw acoustic power.


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“An “Eddie Growler” badge (basically an Iron Maiden-ized Jaguar) was added to the steering wheel.”

Mechanically, the are new adjustable dampers added front and back. Under the hood is a 4.2-liter inline six-cylinder, which makes fun noises through a bespoke quad-tipped exhaust.

“This is my ultimate XJ – my third, and lovingly named ‘Johnny 3,’” says the multi-platinum selling musician. “It has been a true labor of love between Jaguar Classic and myself. I’m so excited by its completion and especially to be showing it at Geneva – it really is a Greatest Hits edition, and to me, it defines what the Jaguar XJ is all about.”

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PostHeaderIcon David Brown Automotive Speedback Silverstone Edition Gives Everyone A Lesson Of Design Well Done

Founded in 2013, David Brown Automotive is one of the newest carmakers in the United Kingdom. But, unlike mainstream manufacturers like Jaguar, Mini, and even Aston Martin and Bentley, David Brown works as an authentic coachbuilder, assembling its cars the way Morgan has been doing it for 100 years. The automaker’s only vehicle to date, the Speedback GT, is also heavily based on classic grand tourers, sporting an Aston Martin-inspired body bolted on modern Jaguar underpinnings. It’s been four years since David Brown Automotive launched the Speedback GT, and the British firm introduced a new version of the coupe at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.


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“Styling-wise, the new grand tourer has a slightly more aggressive appearance thanks to a new front splitter, extended side skirts, a revised rear diffuser, and larger side vents”

DBA’s new creation goes by the name Speedback Silverstone Edition, and it celebrates one year since the firm moved its headquarters and assembly facility toin Silverstone, the home of the iconic race track. The new special-edition model is heavily based on the existing Speedback GT, but it has quite a few features that make it stand out.

Styling-wise, the new grand tourer has a slightly more aggressive appearance thanks to a new front splitter, extended side skirts, a revised rear diffuser, and larger side vents. The jet-inspired exhaust tips are another hint that this coupe hides a more powerful engine under the hood. The unique mesh grille up front includes twin LED lamps, while the taillights have clear lenses for a modern look. The two-tone, 20-inch alloy wheels are unique to this model, as is the brushed chrome trim on the body. The “Fly By Night” multi-layer metallic paint with Black Night fading center stripe adds to the exclusiveness of the model. It doesn’t look overly sporty, but it boasts a dash of aggressiveness compared to the standard Speedback GT, while also retaining the elegance of the classic grand tourer design.


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“The cabin is a balanced mix of modern and 1960s-inspired features”

The cabin is a balanced mix of modern and 1960s-inspired features. Antique and Ebony leather with tan contrast stitching looks gorgeous, especially on the seats, while the Kvadrat premium fabric proves that not everything needs to be wrapped in hide or Alcantara. Other highlights include open-pore, scorched Macassar Ebony wood veneer, jet-inspired air vents, and aeronautical-inspired speedometer and rev counter dials. Unlike traditional grand tourers, the Silverstone Edition has a two-seat layout with a rear luggage storage space in place of the rear seats. The car is equipped with a modern infotainment system, and although the screen isn’t exactly big, it does include satellite navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, and a 7.1-channel Bowers & Wilkins audio system.

The limited-edition coupe rides on the same lightweight platform from the Jaguar XK and uses the same 5.0-liter V-8 engine as the Speedback GT, but the twin-scroll supercharged unit cranks out significantly more power now. While the old model came with 510 horses, the Silverstone Edition benefits from a whopping 601 horsepower and 565 pound-feet of torque. Sprinting from 0 to 60 mph takes only 4.2 seconds, almost a half-second quicker than the Speedback GT, while top speed is electronically limited to 155 mph. The V-8 mates to a ZF automatic transmission and sends all its power to the rear wheels.


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“Sprinting from 0 to 60 mph takes only 4.2 seconds, almost a half-second quicker than the Speedback GT, while top speed is electronically limited to 155 mph.”

The suspension system was upgraded too for enhanced handling and dynamics, but the car remains refined and comfortable. The coupe also uses a fully automated Dynamic Stability Control system, and active rear differential, and performance brakes. All told, it’s the most performance oriented car made by David Brown Automotive so far.

The Speedback Silverstone Edition is priced from £620,000 (about $860,400 as of March 2018), a £100,000 increase over the Speedback GT. Production is limited to only ten cars.

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PostHeaderIcon SsangYong Musso Pickup Comes to Attack European Market

SsangYong isn’t typically the kind of automaker that makes a splash at an event like the Geneva Motor Show. But don’t tell that to the Korean automaker because not only is it in attendance in Geneva, it also brought with it a new pickup that’s looking to take a bite out of the European pickup market. The model is called the Musso, the same name the automaker uses on its affordable SUV. The new Musso pickup is a vehicle of its own, though, and its bringing loads of features on the table.


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“The Korean hauler isn’t concerned about comparisons to more established models in its segment”

No one’s going to mistake the SsangYong Musso for a Ford Ranger, but no one really should. The Korean hauler isn’t concerned about comparisons to more established models in its segment. It’s concerned about making its own impression to consumers. On that note, the Musso pickup draws plenty of similarities to SsangYong’s Rexton SUV. Both models use the same architecture, and the pickup takes advantage of that with a body-on-frame construction that’s made primarily out of high-strength steel.

Functionally, the Musso has its share of useful features. It has a load deck with a rear for that folds flat, providing enough space for prospective owners to use. The design isn’t an issue for the model, either. It doesn’t generate any “wow” reactions, but it’s still good enough to get some attention. The interior is also well-prepared. The design is clean and direct to the point. The dash has a nice look to it, where it hosts a centrally mounted 8.0-inch touchscreen that comes standard across the entire range. There’s also DAB radio, Bluetooth, and MP3 connectivity. Opt for higher-grade versions, and you can score Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.


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“Overall, the new SsangYong Musso pickup has the chops to be a solid pickup in the market.”

On the performance side, the Musso has a lot to offer. The existing 2.2-liter turbo diesel unit now produces 181 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. The numbers are impressive, but so is the fact that they represent an increase of five horsepower and 15 pound-feet of torque compared to the previous iteration of the e-XDi220 unit that SsangYong built from the ground up internally.

Overall, the new SsangYong Musso pickup has the chops to be a solid pickup in the market. It’s not going to dominate the sales charts by any means, but it does bring a lot to the table, something that most people will agree is the most important part of being a pickup.

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PostHeaderIcon Nissan Shows Off Cool Formula E Nismo Livery in Geneva

A small series that didn’t get too much attention a few years ago, Formula E has become quite the big thing. Larger automakers all over the world are now interested in the series, with Audi, Jaguar, Renault, and Mahindra already competing this season. In addition, Venturi, DS, Nio, and Andretti run their own team. Although the 2017-2018 season is far from over, the FIA is already rounding up the lineup for the next championship and has already introduced the second-generation Formula E car at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Here, three competitors unveiled their liveries for next season, including Nissan, which joins the championship for the very first time.


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“The color scheme is actually very tasteful, with the upper section finished in silver and the lower section painted in black.”

As per FIA regulations, the cars are identical, so Nissan’s single-seaters isn’t different than Audi, for example. It has the same aggressive design with the long nose and the ridiculous rear diffuser, the external roll cage for the cockpit, and full fenders over the wheels. What sets this race car apart is the livery, which includes the usual colors seen on many Nissan race cars. The color scheme is actually very tasteful, with the upper section finished in silver and the lower section painted in black. The front splitter, the side pods, and the wheels sport red accents, a traditional color for Nismo vehicles.

Nissan had nothing to say about the drivetrain, but we already know that the new electric motor and battery setup provides more power and more range. For the first time, Formula E will no longer need mid-race car swaps, and this is a big step forward for the series.

“The level of competition in the Formula E championship is on the rise, and we’re eagerly awaiting the unique engineering challenge ahead. We’re entering the championship on a level playing field this year with every manufacturer competing with a brand new car, battery and powertrain combination from season five,” said Nissan global motorsport director, Michael Carcamo.


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“Nissan had nothing to say about the drivetrain, but we already know that the new electric motor and battery setup provides more power and more range”

Nissan joins the Formula E for the first time, and it’s one of four teams confirmed for the 2018-2019 season. Other entries include Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler, Andretti Autosport, and DS. Season five of the FIA Formula E championship is expected to visit major international cities including Hong Kong, Berlin, Zurich, Rome, and New York.




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PostHeaderIcon Polestar 1 Reservation Books Open With a Tesla-like Policy

Polestar has finally made its Geneva Motor Show debut, and it did so with a bang. The recently spun-off performance brand took to Switzerland to formally present the Polestar 1, the luxury performance coupé that’s setting its sights on Tesla and the current electric car establishment. With details of the Polestar 1 already in the open, the brand took advantage of the venue to announce that, starting next week, the company will accept refundable deposits of $3,000.


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“The Polestar 1 has the makings of becoming the first electric that Tesla could consider as a legitimate competitor”

The Polestar 1 has the makings of becoming the first electric that Tesla could consider as a legitimate competitor. It has looks that would make knees buckle. It has impressive performance capabilities. Most of all, it has that “new model” smell to it, the kind that attracts a lot of potential buyers. Where the model goes from here is the important question, but with the infrastructure that’s surrounding it — Volvo and Geely — there are high hopes for the Polestar 1 to realize its potential.

Come to think of it; a $3,000 refundable deposit isn’t a big deal. It’s actually a smart move by Polestar to take a route inspired by Tesla, not forcing its customers to lock in a reservation spot with a non-refundable deposit. The refundable option allows people to cancel their slots if they want to, though judging by how the Polestar 1 looks at first glance, I don’t imagine that there will be a lot of customers who will have second thoughts of buying one.


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“If you happen to be interested in the car and are willing to go through either of the two ownership routes, you’re going to need to start booking your spot on the reservation list.”

Even if a customer does lock up a reservation spot, owning a Polestar 1 isn’t all about actually buying it outright. As Volvo announced a few months ago, there are alternate ownership methods available to prospective customers, specifically a subscription-based ownership model that allows customers to pay for a flat monthly subscription fee covering a period of two or three years. Buying one outright is also another option, but those who want to venture this route will have to come to grips with the fact that they’re going to buy a car that’s expected to be priced at around €130,000. That’s a little over $160,000 based on current exchange rates.

If you happen to be interested in the car and are willing to go through either of the two ownership routes, you’re going to need to start booking your spot on the reservation list. Polestar has made it clear that it’s capping production to 500 units per year over a three-year period. That would put the car’s production volume to around 1,500 units, making it more important for would-be customers to put down that deposit and get their spot in before they’re taken. Remember, over 6,000 customers have already expressed interest in buying or owning one. You don’t need to be a math wizard to know that a lot of people will be left disappointed when they don’t end up with the car.

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PostHeaderIcon Think Audi’s e-Tron FE05 Formula E Car is Cool? Check out the DS E-TENSE FE 19!

Of all the cars that showed up at the Geneva Motor Show, few drew as many curious looks as the DS E-TENSE FE 19. The concept race car is DS Automobiles’ interpretation of the second-generation Formula E racer that the racing series also debuted at the Geneva Motor Show. Make no mistake, the new Formula E racer looks radically different from its predecessor. It’s just that DS took that interpretation to another level with the E-TENSE FE 19. If you want the see the race car of the future, this is the version you should have your eyes on.


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“The Batmobile-like bodywork is impossible to miss, and when you combine that with a stealth black and gold appearance, this is what you get”

There’s no question that the DS E-TENSE FE 19 looks the part of a new-age race car. The Batmobile-like bodywork is impossible to miss, and when you combine that with a stealth black and gold appearance, this is what you get. The stealthy paint finish is an eye-catcher, but it’s not the only thing that defines the race car. With the new cars ready to take the streets of the world this coming winter, engineers in the DS performance division worked tirelessly to design and create its own spin on the second-generation race car. Parts of that job included developing the new DS E-Motor 19 powertrain and the accompanying transmission and cooling components that come with it. Even the race car’s rear suspension was put through the ringer, all with the aim of developing a race car that can thrive in the super competitive world of Formula E racing.


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“The evolution of Formula E racing is what’s spurring the rush of development among all the automakers involved in the booming racing series”

The evolution of Formula E racing is what’s spurring the rush of development among all the automakers involved in the booming racing series. That environment wasn’t lost on DS, which is why it joined Formula E and series rivals Audi and Nissan in presenting their versions of the next-generation race car. “The progress achieved recently by all the constructors involved in Formula E has spurred us to surpass ourselves and be even more resourceful,” DS Performance director Xavier Mestelan Pinon said.


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“That kind of power helps it sprint from 0 to 62 mph in just 2.8 seconds before reaching a street circuit-optimized top speed of around 142.9 mph”

The result of DS’ hard work is a race car that runs on electric motors that drive the rear wheels, generating close to 338 horsepower (250 kW). That kind of power helps it sprint from 0 to 62 mph in just 2.8 seconds before reaching a street circuit-optimized top speed of around 142.9 mph. Beyond that, the DS E-TENSE FE 19 also looks like a car Batman would drive. With respects to the versions Audi and Nissan presented, the DS E-TENSE FE 19 is the one that’s going to make it onto some kid’s bedroom wall.


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PostHeaderIcon Audi Raises the Bar to Heights Unseen as it Unveils its New Formula E Car, the e-Tron FE05

A daring idea back in the early 2010s, the Formula E championship for all-electric single-seaters became a reality in 2014 when the first season commenced. Audi is one of the few automakers that battled for the win in all four seasons up until now, and it’s getting ready for the next championship with a second-generation race car. It’s called the E-tron FE05, and it was just unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.


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“The traditional front wing was replaced by a low and wide splitter, the nose is pointier, and the front wheels have full fenders.”

The first major redesign of the single-seater since the series was established in 2014; the second-gen racer is a significant departure from its predecessor in terms of design and aerodynamics. While the outgoing cars look somewhat similar to Formula 1 vehicle with a touch of IndyCar design, the new car sports a more aggressive shell and much more extreme aerodynamics. The traditional front wing was replaced by a low and wide splitter, the nose is pointier, and the front wheels have full fenders. The cockpit is also different, now featuring some sort of outer roll cage for enhanced safety.

The side pods have been revised too and no longer look like those from Formula One. Just like the front wheels, the rear rollers also have full fenders. But, it’s the rear that’s radically different. The traditional big wing atop the rear fascia has been removed altogether, with downforce now provided by a massive diffuser that grows bigger as it extends further from the car. The rear fenders also act as separate wings, a design that reminds me of the Ferrari FXX K. It’s absolutely gorgeous for a single-seater, and I wish Formula One cars would look similar next year.


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“Most of the car is finished in white, with a green finish on the engine cover”

Audi’s livery for the new car is also new. Most of the car is finished in white, with a green finish on the engine cover. There’s traditional black detailing all over the place, while the front splitter is yellow. Granted, it’s missing the red paint we usually see on Audi race cars, but this paint scheme looks cool too.

The new Formula E car isn’t just about new looks and aerodynamics though. It also has a more powerful battery and improved efficiency, which will translate into double the range compared to the current car. This means that mid-race car swaps will no longer be necessary starting with the 2018/2019 season. In addition, the E-Tron FE05 is more powerful than its predecessor. No specs are available yet, unfortunately.


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“The E-Tron FE05 is more powerful than its predecessor.”

Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler is one of three teams confirmed for next season, the other two being Andretti Autosport and Nissan. Audi also confirmed Lucas di Grassi as the main driver, but a second pilot will be announced at a later date. Although it’s been racing in Formula E since the very beginning, Audi has yet to win the championship. The Germans finished third in 2015 and lost the titles in both 2016 and 2017 to Renault. However, Lucas di Grassi won the drivers’ championship with Audi in 2017. Halfway through the current season, Audi is sixth in the standings, while its best-placed driver, Daniel Abt, is also sixth in the drivers’ ranking.

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PostHeaderIcon The Alpine A110 Range Gets a Little More Diversity with the Pure and Légende Trim Levels

The Alpine A110 GT4 may be hogging the spotlight in Geneva, but the French automaker’s booth also includes a pair of special edition A110s with personalities of their own. The Alpine A110 Pure Edition is the driver-focused version of the three new special edition A110s. Meanwhile, the Alpine A110 Legende is the comfort-oriented version. Altogether, the three special edition A110s help add more variety to the A110 lineup, giving customers the opportunity to choose which of these three versions suit them best.


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“The A110 Pure Edition is the most driver-focused version of the three special editions, which essentially means that it’s the most no-nonsense version of the lot”

We’ve already dedicated some time to the A110 GT4, so this space is reserved for the Pure and Legende versions of the French sports car.

The A110 Pure Edition is the most driver-focused version of the three special editions, which essentially means that it’s the most no-nonsense version of the lot. You can see it by just looking at it. There are no fancy colors and no overblown aerodynamic bits. About the only things that it has that counts as added aesthetics are the matte carbon fiber cabin trim and microfiber interior upholstery. It also gets one-piece Sabelt sports seats that weigh just under 30 pounds (13.1 kilos) per seat. Weight-savings is the defining trait of this particular A110, so it’s no surprise that as a whole, the A110 Pure Edition weighs just 2,380 pounds (1,080 kilos), making it the lightest of the three special edition A110s.

“The Pure’s sporting personality is demonstrated by its Sabelt sports seats, matte carbon fiber interior trim, and 17-inch wheels,” said Antony Villain, Alpine’s head of design. “It is clearly the most stripped-back, focused version of the A110.”


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“Those who opt for the A110 Pure Edition do have the option to add some things to the sports car”

Those who opt for the A110 Pure Edition do have the option to add some things to the sports car. An active sports exhaust is available as an option. More powerful Brembo brakes are also on the menu, as is a set of 18-inch wheels, six-way adjustable comfort seats that are themselves light in weight, and a choice of two Focal audio systems.

Meanwhile, the A110 Legende Edition is the luxury grand tourer version among the three special edition A110s. This particular version carries its own unique set of upgrades, including a set of two-tone 18-inch ‘Légende’ wheels that pay homage to the wheel design on the original A110 Berlinette 1600S. If this set isn’t to your liking, two more 18-inch wheel designs are also available. Inside, the A110 Legende Edition can be customized with full leather upholstery in black or brown and a gloss-finished carbon fiber interior trim.


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“The A110 Legende Edition is the luxury grand tourer version among the three special edition A110”

More upgrades for this special edition A110 can be achieved by getting similar add-ons like the ones available to the A110 Pure Edition. This includes an active sports exhaust, heated seats, and a Focal Premium audio system that adds a subwoofer to the pair of speakers and two tweeters that it already has. The result is a car that weighs a little more than the A110 Pure Edition — 2,475 pounds (1,123 kilos) — but makes up for it with a more polished look and feel to it.

“The Légende’s heritage flavors, including brown leather upholstery and 18-inch ‘Légende’ wheels, which are inspired by an original A110 Berlinette 1600S wheel design, indicate a more refined character,” Villain said.

Alpine didn’t say how much the A110 Pure and A110 Legende Editions are going to cost. For reference, the A110 Premiere Edition that the automaker released early last year was priced at €57,500, or around $71,300.

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PostHeaderIcon The 45X Proves that Tata Could Take On BMW, Audi, and even Porsche in the Future

A year after turning a lot of heads with the Racemo two-seater sports car concept, Indian automaker Tata is back at the Geneva Motor Show with three new concepts. One of these concepts is called the 45X, a premium-looking hatchback that could pave the way for Tata’s future in the segment. The 45X was joined in Geneva by the H5X SUV and the E-Vision all-electric sedan.


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“Tata says that the 45X will be built on modern equipment, specifically on a new platform called the “Agile Light Flexible Advanced” Architecture”

That’s two years in a row for Tata. Two straight years that we’ve seen the Indian automaker roll out a concept car that looks very promising. Nothing ultimately come out of the Racemo Concept from last year, but we’re hoping for a different result with the 45X because this hatchback concept deserves to be turned into a production model. That’s how high we are in its design.

Tata says that the 45X will be built on modern equipment, specifically on a new platform called the “Agile Light Flexible Advanced” Architecture that the Indian automaker is developing for a multitude of body styles. The platform is defined by its lightweight and modular characteristics, allowing it to be used on a range of new models. Hopefully, that “range of new models” includes the 45X.


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“The 45X is arguably the most appealing concept of the three models that Tata is showing off in Geneva”

As far as the design goes, the 45X is arguably the most appealing concept of the three models that Tata is showing off in Geneva. The front section has an interesting-in-a-good-way look to it, highlighted by a pair of ultra-slim LED headlamps and a digitally inspired lower grille. Even the other lighting fixtures just below the LED headlamps have a little bit of a McLaren look to them. When was the last time you saw Tata get compared to McLaren? Never?

The side profile of the 45X is also impressive, particularly the lines that cut along the body of the hatchback. Tata calls one of them the slingshot line, which runs the width of the hatch with a matching chrome finisher. This line not only separates the taillamps from the roof and rear glass panel of the hatch, but it also complements the two separate spoilers that look as if they’re extending the hatchback’s roof line. From the side, you’ll see how the two extend a little further away from the 45X’s body. It’s a style that isn’t for everyone, but it’s certainly something that Tata should at least look into if it decides to turn the 45X into a production model.


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“The interior mixes traditional Indian design themes with modern tech influence”

As impressive as the concept’s exterior is, the interior is where Tata’s heritage and personality are proudly shown. Truth be told, it’s one of the nicest concept interiors we’ve seen in a while. It mixes traditional Indian design themes with modern tech influence. The four sports seats are all independent from one another, but they do share a similar look and style. The floor of the cabin and the door panels have the same design as the ones on the hatchback’s lower front grille. Even the 45X’s steering is appealing in its own way. It’s thin and small, but it’s wrapped up in fancy leather to complement its modern design.

Tata didn’t include powertrain details, but given the company’s history with small and compact cars, it shouldn’t have too much difficulty coming up with a powertrain solution that will allow the 45X to maximize its potential. There’s a place in the segment for a hatchback that looks as good as the 45X. Hopefully, Tata does something meaningful with what it has with the 45X. It’d be a shame if this prototype suffered the same fate as the Racemo two-seater sports car.

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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Mercedes-AMG C43 Debuts In Geneva, And It’s A Classic Mercedes Refresh

The AMG C43 is a great choice for anyone looking to get into the Affalterbach lifestyle without the usual auctioning off of vital organs. Now, there’s a new model dropping in Switzerland, and it looks to be a classic Mercedes refresh.

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The Full Story


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“Some brands are better at the art of the refresh than others, and Mercedes is arguably one of the best. The 2019 AMG C43 is a prime example.”

Keeping an older model feeling as fresh as possible without putting a ton of work into it is a special art. Some brands are better at it than others, and Mercedes is arguably one of the best.

Let’s take a look at the 2019 AMG C43 as an example. At a little over $50,000, this pumped-up C-Class is definitely desirable and sporty, but it isn’t quite as insane as some of the other AMG models. Rather, this is a model that must exhibit all the usual AMG characteristics (aggressive styling, luxurious yet performance-capable interior, and a solid wallop under the hood), but without going so far off into the deep end as to make it unobtainable to average folks. Think of it as entry-level AMG lifestyle stuff.


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“To that end, the AMG C43 once again comes equipped with a 3.0-liter V-6 stuffed by two turbochargers.”

To that end, the AMG C43 once again comes equipped with a 3.0-liter V-6 stuffed by two turbochargers. This time around though, the tune was tweaked to yield a maximum of 385 horsepower and 384 pound-feet of torque. While the latter figure is unchanged compared to the outgoing model, the power increase represents an extra 23 horses compared to the old C43’s 362 horsepower.

And that’s perfect for a refresh like this – enough to grab some headlines, but definitely still within the realm of a simple engine tune. The engineers probably knocked it out in a few weekends.

Once again, the 2019 AMG C43 connects the six-cylinder with a nine-speed automatic transmission and 4Matic AWD system with rear-biased torque distribution.
The 0-to-60 mph run is done in 4.6 seconds, while 130 mph is achieved in the top end. Still impressive, but nothing that breaks from the outgoing model.

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The same can be said of the exterior. The look is technically new, but not terribly different in any one way. For example, the grille gets double divider lines finished in silver, while the wheel designs (sizing ranges between 18 and 19 inches in diameter) are fresh as well. Further sub-divisions can be found in the corner intakes. LED lighting is standard, while circular exhaust tips replace the outgoing model’s squared pipes.

Moving inside, we find Merc is offering the right gear to entice customers. There are optional digital gauges, a first for the model, with a 12.3-inch screen behind the steering wheel plucked from higher in the model lineup. Nappa leather once again covers the flat-bottom steering wheel, but the wheel now gets touch-sensitive inputs. Carbon fiber remains the material of choice for the center console. An AMG Dynamic Select module is used for all the different driving modes, with the latest model year adding a “Slippery” driving mode to the usual “Comfort,” “Sport,” etc.


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The latest AMG C43 will debuts in Geneva alongside the rest of the C-Class lineup. Look for even more information as the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show gets rolling this week.

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PostHeaderIcon The New Zenvo TSR-S Has Some Insane Aero Tricks Up Its Sleeves

It ain’t easy to stand out in the world of hypercars these days, what with all the crazy four-figure carbon-fiber everything spaceships flooding the segment. That’s doubly so at the Geneva International Motor Show, an event where superlative speed is pretty much the norm. However, the TSR-S, the latest barely street-legal monster machine from the folks at Zenvo, accomplishes both these feats, thanks in no small part to its wild new aero set-up.

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“We’re used to reading big boasts, but the Zenvo TSR-S can back the claims.”

Although the TSR-S is considered a more street-worthy example of the hardcore TSR race car, it’s still got all kinds of cool performance tricks up its sleeves. One of the most interesting is the aero set-up.

“The TSR-S has been completely redesigned and re-engineered for optimum aerodynamic performance,” Zenvo says. Zenvo’s Chief Technical Officer and Founder, Troels Vollertsen, reiterates that statement, saying, “In developing the TSR-S, the utmost dedication and ambition of our team has driven us to achieve unprecedented levels of aerodynamic engineering capability for a road-going car.”

We’re used to reading big boasts like that, but the Zenvo TSR-S can back the claim, making upwards of three times the downforce as its lesser road-going cousin, the TS1 GT. But it’s not just the numbers that make this machine worthy of your attention. It’s the way in which it makes the downforce that really matters.


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“It’s not just the numbers that make the Zenvo worthy of your attention. It’s the way in which it makes the downforce that really matters.”

The most important bit to know about is the active multi-axis Centripetal Wing you see perched on the rear of the machine. This device uses two rotational axes to turn and twist as needed, manipulating the air to create additional stability.

Zenvo says it’s used as both an air brake and a downforce generator – dive hot into a corner and jump on the stoppers, and the wing will flip up vertically, catching the wind and helping to slow the vehicle in the process, similar to what we’ve seen from the likes of McLaren and others.

However, the Zenvo wing differs in one very important way – it’ll also tilt to the left and right.

Put the TSR-S into a corner, and the entire wing will automatically dip to either side of the vehicle, lifting the right-most side while turning right, and vice-versa. Angling the wing in this fashion creates an additional “inward” force to complement the regular flat downforce, which increases the load on the inside wheel and ups grip even further.


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“Put the TSR-S into a corner, and the entire wing will automatically dip to the left or the right, creating an additional “inward” force.”

“Whereas most supercars only achieve optimum downforce in cornering at a certain speed, the multi-rotational function of the wing distributes downforce in an innovative way to deliver the optimum amount of cornering grip at any speed,” says Vollertsen.

The Centripetal name acknowledges the “center seeking” force this set-up is able to generate. “When the centripetal wing tilts away from the absolute horizontal, the downforce stays perpendicular to the plane of the wing thereby generating a centripetal force,” Zenvo explains.

While the wing tilt decreases overall downforce levels slightly (around 3 percent), the inward directed force it generates is equivalent to 30 percent of the overall wing downforce. Presumably, this extra grip doesn’t come at the cost of added drag, either.

In an age of four-figure mid-engine hypercars capable of jumping to light speed at the drop of a hat, increased downforce over the rear axle is always appreciated.

Acting as a complement to the Centripetal wing is a full aero package that includes a front splitter, a flat underbody, an enormous roof scoop (as inspired by the LMP1 endurance racers that compete at Le Mans), and a rear diffuser. The various inlets in the front fascia were designed to keep drag at a minimum, while vents in the rear help to reduce turbulence coming off the wheel wells. Carbon fiber pervades throughout.


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“Acting as a complement to the Centripetal wing is a full aero package that includes a front splitter, a flat underbody, an enormous roof scoop”

Of course, the best aero in the world would matter little without the power to put it to good use. Luckily, the Zenvo TSR-S brings the heat in the engine department to really exercise that active wing. Mounted just behind the cabin is a twin supercharged flat-plane crank 5.8-liter V-8 making upwards of 1,177 horsepower, which is enough to propel the machine to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds and reach an electronically limited top speed of 202 mph.

It’s kind of a crazy set-up for a road car, but that’s where we’re at these days with the segment. Of course, Zenvo wisely included multiple drive settings to keep the TSR-S from getting out of hand while parading through public, tossing in an “IQ” mode that uses advanced traction control to limit the engine output based on available grip levels.

Unsurprisingly though, we’re most excited to see what this thing will do when driven in anger on an honest-to-God racing circuit. Make it happen, Zenvo!

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PostHeaderIcon Morgan Ends Production of the Aero 8 with Gorgeous, Le Mans-inspired Model

Launched in 2001, the Aero 8 was and remains Morgan’s first modern design since 1948. The sleek vehicle spawned a coupe, a Targa, and a race variant before it was discontinued in 2010, but it was brought back to life in 2015 with minor updates. Come 2018 and Morgan decided to discontinue the nameplate for good and crafted one final limited-edition model. Called the Aero GT, it was just unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show and will put an end to the Aero nameplate by the end of the year.


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“Unlike other limited-edition models, the Aero GT is more than just a regular Aero with mild improvements”

Unlike other limited-edition models, the Aero GT is more than just a regular Aero with mild improvements. Several body panels were redesigned for this model, which draws inspiration from the race-spec Aero GT3 that Morgan introduced in 2009. The end result is a motorsport-inspired coupe that only needs a livery to become a full-fledged race car. Morgan restyled both the wings and the louvers, giving the car a more aggressive look. Combined with the new canards and the reshaped roof, they reduce low pressure on the sides of the body, improving frontal downforce.

Around back, the heavily sculpted fenders are joined by an aggressive diffuser that reduces air pressure from beneath the vehicle, increasing rear downforce and reducing the visual weight of the rear-end. Unlike the standard Aero, the GT has a carbon-fiber hard-top. The roof is a tribute to 1960s race cars, featuring a rearward facing vent. The transparent lenses of the taillights add to the modern look of the car. The exterior is rounded off by “GT” badges made by a British jeweler and yellow accents on the diffuser and side skirts, as well as a yellow stripe across the engine hood.


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“The sprint to 62 mph takes 4.5 seconds, while top speed is set at 170 mph”

There are no photos of the interior, but Morgan says it’s hand-finished with a series of painted stitching and pinstripe accents and an extended choice of wood options. Given that each model will be tailored to each customer, all eight units should be unique inside the cabin.

Under the hood, the Aero GT comes with the same 4.8-liter V-8 engine that Morgan has been using in the Aero and Plus 8 models for a few years. The unit in question is BMW’s N62 engine, which was introduced in 2001 and upgraded to 4.8-liter specs in 2003. Used in models such as the BMW X5, 5 Series, 6 Series, and the Wiesmann GT MF4, the unit was discontinued in 2010, leaving Morgan as the last carmaker to still use. The Aero GT will be last production car draw its juice from this V-8 engine.

Specs are carried over unchanged from the standard Aero 8, producing the same 367 horsepower and 370 pound-feet of torque. The sprint to 62 mph takes 4.5 seconds, while top speed is set at 170 mph. The engine mates to the same six-speed manual transmission, also borrowed from BMW. There’s no automatic option for this car. Morgan’s latest adjustable suspension gives the Aero GT sporty dynamics.


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“All vehicles will be individually built to each customer, who have an individual design consultancy with Jon Wells”

The British firm will produce just eight units the special Aero GT. All vehicles will be individually built to each customer, who have an individual design consultancy with Jon Wells, Morgan’s Head of Design before the car enters production. Each vehicle will be completed in eight to 10 weeks.

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PostHeaderIcon Alfa Romeo 4C Coupé Competizione

Five years since its introduction, the Alfa Romeo 4C is still alive and kicking. The sports car even got a prime placement at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show courtesy of a pair of special edition models, one of which is called the Alfa Romeo 4C Competizione. The special edition 4C is the recipient of model-specific styling cues that separate it from its standard counterparts. By virtue of its status, only 108 units of the 4C Competizione will be available to the public.

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“The special edition 4C gets plenty of styling upgrades, none more striking than its Vesuvius Grey exterior paint finish and the dual racing stripes that run the length of the car”

For the most part, the Alfa Romeo 4C’s styling hasn’t changed much since it was introduced in 2013. That isn’t much of an issue because the 4C remains one of the most attractive sports cars on the market today. That said, major updates are reportedly in store for the sports car this year so that’s something we can all look forward to.

In the meantime, the Alfa Romeo 4C Competizione — and the 4C Italia, for that matter — gets our attention. The special edition 4C gets plenty of styling upgrades, none more striking than its Vesuvius Grey exterior paint finish and the dual racing stripes that run the length of the car. I didn’t think racing stripes would look good on the 4C and yet, here I am, drooling over the Competizione special edition. The upgrades don’t end there, either.

Thanks to its status, the 4C Competition also gets plenty of premium equipment that comes standard with the model. The carbon fiber roof is now standard. Same thing with the rear spoiler, which also happens to be made from carbon fiber goodness. The mirror caps are also made from carbon fiber, as are the side air vents and the headlight moldings.

The 4C Competizione’s exterior upgrades conclude with a carbon-trimmed Akrapovich exhaust, red brake calipers, and a new set of dark-finish, five-spoke wheels that measure 18 inches in the front and 19 inches at the back.

Alfa Romeo 4C Coupé Competizione Interior

Inside, you’ll be treated with a heavy dose of leather covering most of the cabin surface. Microfiber seats have also been added and, to make sure that everybody knows that this car is limited, the obligatory numbered badge and aluminum “Competition” plaque can be seen on the central tunnel.

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“The 4C is still capable of accelerating from 0 to 62 mph in 4.5 seconds before peaking at a top speed of 160 mph.”

Unfortunately, neither the 4C Competition nor the 4C Italia benefit from any engine upgrades. That means that both special edition models still get the same 1.75-liter, turbocharged, four-cylinder unit that pumps out 240 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Not that we’re complaining because as it is, the 4C is still capable of accelerating from 0 to 62 mph in 4.5 seconds before peaking at a top speed of 160 mph.

Combine that ability with its special edition styling, and you can see why heads are turning at the sight of the 4C Competition in Geneva.

Alfa Romeo 4C Coupé Competizione Availability

Alfa Romeo has yet to announce when the special edition 4C will hit the market, but given its limited numbers — only 108 will be available — don’t expect the model to stay on the market long.

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PostHeaderIcon Giugiaro’s GFG Sibylla EV Concept is Futuristic but Intriguing at the Same Time

Electric cars are, without a doubt, the future of travel. Everybody has their own vision of what that future will look like, and that’s where you’re looking at this, the GFG Sibylla EV Concept. Designed around a glass dome of a greenhouse and four electric motors, the Sibylla has the performance credentials of a true-to-life sports car with the look of a futuristic sedan. It even has all-wheel drive and can deliver 279 miles of range on a fully charged 100 kWh battery. That’s not bad, but it’s not all about the range and power of the concept.

Exterior Features of the Sibylla EV Concept


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“The exterior leaves us a little unsure of what our thought process should be”

The exterior leaves us a little unsure of what our thought process should be. It’s got the front end of a real sports car that has a slight reminiscence to something Audi would create while the rear end looks like the combination between a Cadillac sedan and a third-gen Chevy Camaro with T-Tops.

Of course, that look does provide for the gullwing-style rear glass that lifts when the door is open to facilitate easier entry and exit. The car itself is unquestionably long, which does give it some weird proportions but, the more you look at it, the more it begins to look a little more desirable.


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“According to GFG, the dome and rear glass can be adjusted as needed, even at speed, without issue”

The front portion of the glass dome actually slides forward when the doors open and will automatically slide back into place when the doors shut. According to GFG, the dome and rear glass can be adjusted as needed, even at speed, without issue. Interestingly enough, the concept rolls on 22-inch wheels wrapped in Pirelli Cyber ties while the front end gets a stop light. Yeah, that’s right, I said a stop light. GFG says (and makes a good point, by the way,) that it’s there to give pedestrians better piece of mind when crossing the street.

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“The interior combines what you would expect from your modern luxury car, with a science-fiction space shuttle, and an airplane all in one place”

The interior combines what you would expect from your modern luxury car, with a science-fiction space shuttle, and an airplane all in one place. Up front, you’ve got the aircraft-inspired steering wheel with touch-sensitive thumb screens, a large tablet-like display hanging off the center console and a massively wide display that runs the width of the dash. Half of that dash screen operates as an instrument cluster, providing what can only be described as a more futuristic version of what you see in the Tesla Model S. The other portion of the screen displays energy status information.

GFG fancies the idea that a car can be charged at home but also contribute to the stabilization of the power grid infrastructure, so that explains why you see an image of a car and a house on the same screen. That panel off of the center console obviously controls various pieces of technology in the car, including the audio system, energy system, and HVAC system. GFG says the seats can monitor passenger health information, including heart rate, blood pressure, etc.


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“Rear passengers have their own tablet-like display as well as a wireless charging pad.”

The rear portion of the interior is just as lavish as the front. Rear passengers have their own tablet-like display as well as a wireless charging pad. The 2+2 layout provides just as much space back here and prides for a storage area behind the rear seats that can be used to stash smaller pieces of luggage. While it hasn’t been said, one can assume that the rear seats also recline for better comfort.

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“It runs on power supplied from a 100 kWh battery that delivers power to four 100Kw electric motors”

The GFG Sibylla has sportscar-like performance. It runs on power supplied from a 100 kWh battery that delivers power to four 100Kw electric motors. That means – you guessed it – it has all-wheel drive. All electric range isn’t the best, but it’s not bad either, coming in at 450km or about 279 miles. That might not be enough for the gnarliest of road trips but I said sports car performance, and that means a total of 400kW or about 536 horsepower. There’s no word on torque yet, but it does hit the 62.1-mph sprint in 4.5 seconds on the way to a top speed of “over 200 km/h.” Now, that converts to more than 124 mph, but with that kind of horsepower, unless it’s electronically limited you can bet it’ll probably top at least 150 mph, if not more.

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It may be a bit futuristic and well out of the affordable range for most people, but a concept like this could go into production with a few changes. I wouldn’t expect to see that all-digital dash and the steering wheel would probably be replaced by a more traditional wheel. Outside of that, and the weird glass greenhouse, the concept is fairly feasible. Should GFG be able to prove that the glass canopy is safe in a rollover incident that could even make it to production but, I wouldn’t hold my breath on that one.

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PostHeaderIcon The Alpine A110 GT4 Is the Hottest A110 Ever Built!

Although not yet available outside Europe, the brand-new Alpine A110 is slowly developing into a full-size lineup. Available in standard and Premier guise at first, it gained a race-spec Cup model after the official launch. Now, Alpine is adding three more models to the family, all of which are on display at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. The French firm is expanding the lineup with the A110 Legende, a trim that adds refinement and everyday usability, and A110 Pure, described as the most driver-focused version. More importantly, Alpine also launched a GT4-spec version of the car for international racing.


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“The GT4 model is built on the specification of the A110 Cup with more power and enhanced aerodynamic downforce, making it the ultimate version of the A110.”

Developed and built by Signatech, Alpine’s motorsport partner in the FIA World Endurance Championship, the A110 GT4 will enable the French brand to extend its motorsport efforts. Alpine is famous for winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1978 and the World Rally Championship teams’ title in 1973, and it continues to race in the LMP2 FIA World Endurance Championship, winning the series in 2016. The GT4 model is built on the specification of the A110 Cup with more power and enhanced aerodynamic downforce, making it the ultimate version of the A110.

As it is the case with race-spec models, the A110 GT4 has a more aggressive stance. The front fascia gained a big splitter for enhanced aerodynamics, as well as a wider grille and a carbon-fiber lid. The foglamps are marked with the traditional “X” tape. The sides didn’t change much outside the extended side skirts, but the car sits lower and rides on lightweight wheels wrapped in motorsport tires. The rear looks as hot as they get, though, thanks to a big carbon-fiber wing, a carbon spoiler, and a redesigned diffuser with a big exhaust pipe in the middle.


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“The new A110 GT4 is eligible for the SRO European GT4 Series, the international Creventic 24-Hour series and many one-off races such as the Spa 24 Hours”

The cabin retains all of the production model’s features, including the air conditioning system, but gains a full roll cage, a fire extinguisher, and a six-point harness system for the race-spec seat.

Under the rear glass lurks the 1.8-liter four-cylinder from the road-legal model, but extensive engine upgrades increase output to “yet unseen levels.” There’s no specific word on power and torque, but Alpine says that the car has a power-to-weight ratio of 312 horsepower per tonne, sitting at the very limit permitted by GT4 regulations. The revised engine mates to a sequential gearbox and is backed by race-spec springs and dampers, and Brembo brakes.

The new A110 GT4 is eligible for the SRO European GT4 Series, the international Creventic 24-Hour series and many one-off races such as the Spa 24 Hours. The race coupe will go into production in time for the 2019 motorsport season.

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PostHeaderIcon Nissan Redefines Laziness by Slapping a Kuro Badge on the IMx Concept

Six months ago, Nissan debuted the Nissan IMx concept, a car that was said to embody the brand’s future design language and give a glimpse into the future of personal mobility. And, in all honesty, it may have done that. Well, the brand showed up with a “new” concept called the IMx Kuro, which supposedly has a “completely different personality.” In reality, Nissan slapped a darker color on it, added in a different grille design, and added an extra name. That’s seriously it – Nissan even went so far as to include duplicate images of the interior from the original IMx that debuted in Tokyo.

And the Award for Worst in Show Goes to…. Nissan IMx Kuro

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“It’s actually almost insulting that Nissan would even show up with this piece of laziness.”

I can’t help but wonder what Nissan’s budget had to be for IMx Kuro concept. $200? Maybe $350. It couldn’t have been much; I tell you that. It’s actually almost insulting that Nissan would even show up with this piece of laziness. Nissan’s Design Team Leader, Alfonso Albaisa, even thinks his team did a good job:

“After the Tokyo Motor Show, my team and I continued to consider the IMx’s potential. Taken all together, these relatively minor changes have combined to give the IMx KURO a completely different personality, and the addition of the KURO moniker reflects that. It looks purposeful and indestructible – which we think is an interesting position for this concept and the application of technologies that is showcased by the vehicle.”


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“It’s powered by a pair of motors that deliver 428 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque and does have AWD”

Granted, the concept has all of the cool features like the retractable steering wheel, the flat floor for comfort and even the AI that helps predict driver movements before they happen. The latter, of course, is a little scary, but you know, it’s a cool piece of technology. It’s powered by a pair of motors that deliver 428 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque and does have AWD, so it’s got that going for it. But again, it’s all the same stuff that came to Tokyo six months ago.

In the end, it’s not like the brand had a lot of time between Tokyo and Geneva to actually come up with something fresh, but there’s a bit of deception going on here as Nissan is surely trying to boast the Kuro as a revised IMx when it’s really nothing of the sort. Outside of time in the paint booth, the addition of a different grille and application of a new badge probably too all about 30 minutes. And, when you consider the fact that the new grille is a just body-colored panel with zero design effort, even that time spent wasn’t worth it.


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Am I butthurt? Yeah, a little bit. Nissan has been rubbing me the wrong way a lot lately. Between dragging on the lifespan of the 370Z, instead of developing a new Z-Car, and the sheer laziness that goes into some of its concepts and special editions, you can bet I’m butthurt. Nissan created the Z-Car. Nissan created Godzilla (the GT-R.) Nissan was once the embodiment of a brand that knew what performance and design were all about. Nissan is better than this.

Step your game up, Nissan.

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PostHeaderIcon Volvo Unveiled the V60 as the BMW 3-Series Touring, Mercedes C-Class Wagon, and Audi A4 Avant Trembled with Fear

What do you do when you have a new and gorgeous flagship vehicle? You shrink it to give the market a smaller and equally appealing product. That’s exactly what Volvo did with the V90 wagon earlier this year, and now it’s showcasing it at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. I’m talking about the new Volvo V60, which will take on the BMW 3 Series Touring, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Wagon, and the Audi A4 Avant in Europe.

2019 Volvo V60 Exterior Features


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“The V60 is arguably the most modern looking compact wagon available right now”

A close copy of the V90 but in a smaller package, the V60 is arguably the most modern looking compact wagon available right now. It has the same “Thor’s hammer” headlamps and the big, rectangular front grille, but a slightly sportier rear end. The interior once again mimics the V90, but with different trim, steering wheel, and door panels. Despite these changes, the V60 is just as luxurious as its bigger sibling, offering leather upholstery in the more expensive trims and a state-of-the-art Sensus infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, 4G, and controllable via a tablet-style touchscreen.

2019 Volvo V60 Performance


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“The gasoline range includes the turbocharged T4 with 190 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, and the turbocharged T5, which generates 254 horses and 295 pound-feet”

Engine options are obviously similar. The gasoline range includes the turbocharged T4 with 190 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, and the turbocharged T5, which generates 254 horses and 295 pound-feet. The range-topping T6, which is both turbocharged and supercharged, cranks out 360 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of twist.

The diesel lineup starts with the D3, rated at 150 horsepower and 240 pound-feet, and moves up to the D4 with 190 horses and 300 pound-feet. The D5 version delivers a more solid 235 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of twist. All-wheel-drive is standard on most models and optional for the rest. Finally, the T8 hybrid drivetrain, which pairs a 2.0-liter, turbocharged and supercharged four-banger and a 60-kW (80-horsepower) electric motor, cranks out 390 horsepower. A less powerful T6 hybrid comes with 340 horses on tap. The eight-speed automatic transmission is standard regardless of the drivetrain setup.

2019 Volvo V60 Pricing


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European pricing starts from £31,810 in the United Kingdom, with deliveries scheduled to commence in the third quarter of the year. Make sure you check out our review for the full details.

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PostHeaderIcon The Pininfarina H2 Speed Evolves from Simple Concept to Full-Blown, Hydrogen-Powered Racecar

Remember the Pininfarina H2 Speed Concept back in 2016? It was said the concept, which wasn’t functional at the time, could evolve into a real-life electric race car. Sure enough, two years later, Pininfarina is back in Geneva showcasing the H2 Speed, in working guise, with the promise to produce a total of 12 examples. To be clear, however, it may have electric motors, but it’s actually powered by hydrogen – something that makes using in on the track for long periods of time feasible. Pininfarina promises a refilling time of just 3 minutes but hasn’t disclosed the range a full tank of hydrogen will get. There’s so much more, though, so keep reading to learn about the important details.


Is the 2018 Pininfarina H2 Speed the Same as the 2016 H2 Speed?

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“It might look the same at first glance, but you’ll notice there are some changes.”

No, it certainly isn’t. It might look the same at first glance, but you’ll notice there are some changes. For instance, the wheelbase has now been extended while the width has actually been reduced. The H-point has also been raised as a solution to provide better visibility for the driver and allow for the necessary roll cage. The rear intakes have been altered to send air toward the electric motors and rear brakes. The air scoop on the roof now accommodates airflow in the cabin.

The spoiler has been reworked in comparison to the concept as well, which allows for to be fully adjustable as needed. On that note, the front end has carried over practically unchanged, as has the central part of the vehicle. From a visual standpoint you can’t see the difference with an untrained eye, but if you look closely, and compare the two side by side, you can see the differences.

It’s not all about looks, though. If you remember correctly, the 2016 H2 speed wasn’t functional – you couldn’t just take it out on the track. This time around, it’s functional and ready to hit the track. Well, assuming you have some hydrogen fuel at your disposal, anyway.


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2018 Pininfarina H2 Speed Dimensions

Length 4730mm
Height 1113mm
Width 1956mm
Wheelbase 2968mm
Front overhang: 987mm
Rear overhang: 775mm

2019 Pininfarina H2 Speed Performance


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“It can hit a maximum speed of 300 kph or about 186 mph, with the 62 mph sprint coming in 3.4 seconds.”

The performance credentials are there, and they aren’t exactly something to shrug your shoulders at either. We’re talking about four electric motors that are good for 653 horsepower (480 kW) at 13,000 rpm. They get their power from a GreenGT hydrogen fuel cell that delivers a constant 250 kW. A braking regen system provides 2.4 kWh or 250 kW every 20 seconds of braking. The fuel cell itself has four stacks and holds as much as 8.6 kg or nearly 20 pounds of hydrogen at a time. It takes just 3 minutes to refill, which is one of the main things that makes the car feasible for track use.

So what does all of this mean?

Before we go into performance details, let’s talk about weight. Naturally, things like range and how fast the car can hit benchmarks all depend on how much it weighs. This baby tips the scale at 1,420kg or about 3,130 pounds. To put that into perspective, it weighs less than a four-cylinder Toyota Camry, which weighs between 3,200 and 3,300 pounds (V-6 comes in closer to 3,600 pounds.) Meanwhile, that weight is distributed with 41 percent to the front and 59 percent to the rear.

With that in mind, you can probably agree that its performance figures are quite impressive. It can hit a maximum speed of 300 kph or about 186 mph, with the 62 mph sprint coming in 3.4 seconds. Charging from a dead stance to 400 meters takes just 11 seconds. Best of all, it does so by emitting nothing by oxygen and water from the exhaust system – it’s 100% green when in use.

2019 Pininfarina Price and Availability


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“Pininfarina will only produce a total of 12 examples, so they won’t exactly be easy to come by”

As of now, there’s no word as to when the car will go into production or will actually see order books open. But, Pininfarina will only produce a total of 12 examples, so they won’t exactly be easy to come by. Use of the track-bred car will be limited, and Pininfarina says future owners will have the opportunity to “enjoy their cars with its unique handling and powertrain characteristics in selected track days around the world.” So, future owners probably won’t get to spend that much time behind the wheel anyway.

Pricing as of now is a complete mystery, but you can expect to pony up a small fortune if you’re one of the fortunate few that are able to actually follow through with buying one. For the rest of us, the H2 Speed will remain nothing more than a fantasy.

We’ll be putting together an in-depth review of the 2018 Pininfarina H2 Speed in the very new future, but until then, you can check out our review of the 2016 H2 Speed Concept.

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