The 2016 Geneva Motor Show is the first major European car show of the year. The world’s top brands will come out in force with their latest and greatest offerings. From Aston Martin to McLaren, from Ferrari to Bugatti, from Lamborghini to Porsche, the next generation of exotics will debut at the show.
In addition, there will be a bevy of production-ready models from mass-market luxury brands, such as Jaguar, Maserati, Lexus, and BMW.
The 2016 Geneva International Motor Show will run from March 3-13 at the Palexpo Arena in Geneva, Switzerland.
Leading the high-profile reveals is Bugatti's $2.6-million Chiron hypercar. The 1,500-horsepower beast is the follow up to the Veyron.
Lamborghini will introduce an ultra-rare, special-edition supercar, the Centenario, to celebrate the 100th birthday of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini.
Aston Martin will unveil the long-awaited follow up to the company's DB9 (seen here) called the DB11. There is an Aston Martin DB10, but that was used only as James Bond's movie car in the film 'Spectre'.
McLaren will introduce a pair of new models. The first is the 570GT -- a softer, more grand-touring-oriented version of its 570S supercar.
On the other end of the spectrum, McLaren will reveal the convertible spider variant of its 675LT track-oriented supercar.
McLaren will show another car in Geneva you can't buy -- a completely customised P1 hybrid hypercar.
Koenigsegg is expected to show off a production version of the Regera hybrid megacar that debuted last year at the show.
Jaguar will intro the new F-Type SVR, a 575-horsepower, 200-mph version of its critically acclaimed F-Type sports car.
Lexus will launch the LC 500h coupe. It's a hybrid version of the of the V8-powered LC500 coupe the company introduced in January.
In addition the Munich-based automaker will introduce a pair of 600-horsepower luxury limos: the BMW M760i and ...
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