Yearning for 150 world and European debuts? Every avid car enthusiast should have highlighted the 7th-17th of March in their diary. The 2019 Geneva International Show (GIMS) is going to be a spectacle of innovation, excitement and luxury. This show boasts a fresh dynamism that serves to change the global automotive landscape- one car at a time. With 660,000+ visitors expected to attend the Palexpo in Geneva and with thousands of exhibitors, there is no doubt as to why this is the ONLY international show that is recognised by OICA (International Organisation of Motor Vehicles). Immerse yourself within the ‘Shift AUTOMOTIVE- Campus of the Future’ exhibition halls to discover and learn the new technologies driving the future trajectory of smart vehicles. More importantly, witness the unveiling of new concepts and models from the likes of BMW, Porsche and Volvo-just to name a few.
Chatsbrook are so excited by imminent show, that we decided to share our best picks of the releases.
The Porsche 911 Cabriolet is a fully automated soft-top, and is the second member of the new 992-generation. Competing with the Jaguar F-Type California, this sporty sensation entices you with its smouldering good looks. Pricing starts at £102,755 for the Carrera S Cabriolet and £108,063 for the Carrera 4S Cabriolet.
The new BMW 3 Touring is expected to showcase a sleeker silhouette, reflecting other popular saloons. Whilst being sleeker in design, it still boasts a spacious interior-making this a perfect family car. Furthermore, it is speculated that it will include the BMW assistant, like that seen in the vision iNEXT. Expected to hit showrooms in a few months the £29,000 price tag seems unexpectedly frugal.
Jumping on the electric bandwagon, Volvo’s performance brand Polestar is finally releasing its first fully electric car. Rivalling the Tesla model 3, this dynamic Polestar 2 is said to be going into production in 2020. As you can see from this concept, the car itself is establishing its own fresh, dynamic identity by moving away from traditional Volvo looks. The juxtaposition of the low profile, sleek body with its bold wheels exudes power and elegance. Prices are estimated to start from £50,000.
The Skoda Vision X-Crossover Features a CNG (Compressed Natural gas) and petrol-powered drive train and two electric motors. This versatile, all-Wheel drive converts kinetic energy into electrical energy-further highlighting the integration of environmental consciousness.
Pinnifarina have outdone themselves with their new electric hypercar-the ‘Battista’. In the overall presence of this striking engineering, we can draw references to Formula E cars. With the active aerodynamics at the rear of the car, it makes it possible for this iconic beauty to reach speeds over 250 mph!
The VW Buggy- this concept certainly appeals to a niche market! This image is a preview of the unveiling which is planned to happen at the motor show. Volkswagen has resurrected the dune buggy as an electric concept. This playful design will surely be a talking point of the show.
The new Lamborghini Huracan Evo is said to rival the Ferrari 488. This stunning car is the epitome of power as it exudes dominance and quality craftmanship. Following on from the most successful V10 in Lamborghini history, this Huracan Evo can reach speeds of 201 mph. Initial pricing details at £165,256 excluding taxes.
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