Recognized as a huge international modern car’s exhibition, the Geneva Motor Show 2019 has carried the motoring community together to showcase the latest, the best and the most stunning luxury cars in the world nowadays.
During 7th to 17th March, the Swiss exhibition was the favorite platform to see over-the-top supercars with a unique design but there was a big increase in regular machines that will be headed our way soon.
Supercars, hypercars, modern cars and concept cars from the world’s best-known and emerging and also high-end brands made their debuts at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
Whether small and playful, wildly fast or glorious and sprawling, these marvelous cars by luxury brands reflect the industry’s exploration of electric vehicles: some are opting for more available iterations while others want to buck the old-style connotations of eco-friendly vehicles. As a luxury lifestyle event, today Luxury Safes brings to you some supercars with a contemporary design that caught our eyes and got us enthusiastic for the future of driving.
By the famous Italian design house Pininfarina, this expensive car also was designed for Ferrari and Alfa Romeo. Built-in metal, this supercar is powered by a Rimac-produced electric powertrain, the new hyper EV produces 1874bhp, 1696lb ft of torque from four electric motors, and can launch from 0-62mph in under two seconds.
Known as “The Black Car”, the Bugatti La Voiture Noire is anything but regular. It is the world’s most expensive and luxury new car. Bugatti looked to their Type 57 SC Atlantic for inspiration and reimagined it as La Voiture Noire for a new age. This supercar with unique design has a 16-cylinder, 8-liter engine, delivering 1,479 hp and 1,600 Newton-meters of torque.
Piëch, founded by Anton Piëtch, brings new energy to the family name. The electric Mark Zero, a sporty and ultra-luxe GT, features flexible architecture and new battery technology that, according to the company, can charge up to 80% in under five minutes. At 100% charge, the vehicle boasts a range of just over 300 miles.
Aston Martin revealed the Vanquish Vision Concept at Geneva Motor Show 2019. The high-end brand’s mid-engine supercar will have a bonded aluminum chassis and feature Aston Martin’s new V6 engine.
Presented as a concept, the Q4 is a compact SUV with a claimed range of 279 miles. With an electric motor on each axel gives the Q4 all-wheel-drive, as you might well expect from an Audi SUV, and the claimed performance figures include a zero to 62mph time of 6.3 seconds and limited top speed of 111mph.
This supercar is an amusing and irreverent reply to the ongoing competition between some automotive manufacturers to see who can produce the car with the biggest screen. The Imagine is a concept of a four-door electric Kia could look like.
Fitting somewhere between a crossover and a small SUV, the Tonale concept by Alfa Romeo is the Italian brand’s first foray into electrification. This modern car feels like an evolution of the brand’s current lineup rather than a far-out concept, with hints of the Stelvio SUV.
Hispano Suiza reborn and revives the concept of Carmen, revealing a new model, the Hispano Suiza Carmen, a remarkable luxury electric car that will fit perfectly with a luxury lifestyle.