Geneva Motor Show – Best Cars In Show (18 Cars)

Bugatti Veyron Blue Centenaire

The 79th annual Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland is currently hosting one big car party. The show, which started in 1905, is held at the Geneva Palexpo, a giant convention center located next to the International Airport. Because Switzerland lacks an automobile industry, this show is regarded as the most level playing field for carmakers. Although the state of the global economy is in the dumps, you wouldn’t be able to tell by looking at the gorgeous cars in this show. In this collection, I’ve hand-selected my favorite cars of the lot. If I were to offer you the keys to any one of these sexy rides, which one would you take?

Aston Martin DBS Volante

Aston Martin One-77 Concept

Audi R8 5.2 FSI Quattro

Bentley Continental Supersports

BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo

Citroen GT Concept

Ferrari 16M Scuderia Spider

Ferrari 599 GTB

Infiniti G37 Coupe

Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4

Lotus Evora

Mazda Kiyora Concept Car

Mercedes-Benz SLR Mclaren Stirling Moss

Mini John Cooper Works Convertible

Porsche 911 GT3

Rolls-Royce 200EX

Spyker C8 Aileron Geneva Motor Show website



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