The Best Cars Unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show

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Check out the best cars unveiled at this years Geneva Motor Show

Hello Aluxers, we always look forward to a new Geneva Motor Show in order to see what the biggest car companies have been cooking in their kitchens.

This year is no different with a ton of new cars and -as you’d expect- gradual improvements upon already established models.

If you keep going down the list you’ll also see the first road legal flying car and more and more electric cars, so we’re seeing a trend here.

We just want to give you guys a quick run-down through the cars that caught our attention.

Here are the best cars unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor show.

Abarth 124 GT


The 124 GT has a removable carbon fiber top which we though was cool.

Alfa Romeo Stelvio Nürburgring Edition


Rocking a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V-6 engine that cranks out 505 horsepower the new SUV by Alfa Romeo looks amazing in carbon black.

Alpine A110 and A110 GT4


The GT4 is the race car version of the A110 built for European motorsport.

Audi A6 Saloon

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We were surprised to see how many of the new tricks that were added to the A8 have made their way into the A6.

Bentley Bentayga PHEV


We were excited to see the new Hybrid from Bentley combining the electric motor with a new 3.0-liter V6 petrol engine.


BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe


Designed to resemple a coupe, the 4 door beast features a 4.4-liter V8 twin turbo that backs 600bhp.

Bugatti Chiron Sport


Currently, the fastest car in the world just got an even lighter body. We just love this car.

Ferrari 488 Pista


This is the most powerful V8 that was ever put in a Ferrari. 0 to 100 km/h in 2.85 seconds.

Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder


The Performante is probably our favorite modern Lambo and the addition of the Spyder adds the cherry on top.

Jaguar I-Pace


With a range of 240 miles (400km), this is Jaguar’s first all-electric car, starting at $69,500 USD stateside.

Lexus UX


Lexus is going after a younger demographic.

McLaren Senna Supercar


Carbon everything on the new Senna Supercar. Building the 67-part body takes almost 1,000 hours.

PAL-V Liberty


This is the world’s first production-legal flying car for sale. The three-wheel gyrocopter, dubbed Liberty, retails for $600,000 USD, although a cheaper edition is on the way, priced at $400,000 USD.

Porsche 911 GT3 RS


Scheduled to arrive this fall with an expected price tag of $187,500 USD this is supposed to be the most powerful 911 so far.

Range Rover SV Coupe


Expected to start at around $295,000 USD, this is the most modern SUV Range Rover has put out.

Techrules Ren RS


This is one of those cars that caught out eye at the presentation. We love to see more and more players get into the electric space and this beast features six electric motors powered by two diesel-fueled turbines. The single-seater is rumored to push out 1,287 horsepower and 1,725 pound-feet of torque.

Zenvo TSR-S


You know Zenovo makes some of the most expensive cars in the world and this is their latest creation. Only 5 will be produces and we’re expecting to see them on sale early 2019.

What did you think? Which of these cars picked your attention and would like to see us do a review of? Let us know in the comments!

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