I guess we're down to picking the bellybutton lint of the Geneva motor show. Let's see what Ray has left...oh yeah, this wagon thing, the 2012 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG. Another factory tuner model? Meh. Yawn. So over.
Professing admiration for the Juke requires a follow up of caveats like "it advances crossover style" and "not all cars should look the same." Renault's Captur concept approaches the same challenge as the Juke, but with a design requiring no qualifications.
I'm one of the few people who can say they've driven a newer Suzuki Swift on American soil. As much as I like to brag, this sucks. More Americans should have the chance to drive/own/hoon a Swift.
With the world trending toward smaller but more stylish cars, Mercedes made the right call to revive this, the 2012 C-Class coupe. If you're going to buy a four-cylinder Mercedes, you might as well look like you're having fun.
Oh sure, who doesn't want a medium-sized, four-door pickup with a stout yet thrifty diesel engine that doesn't look like the fever dream of a barnyard welder? Thanks to Ssangyong, European and Asian buyers will get one similar to the SUT 1 Concept.
Budget-minded enthusiasts like hatchbacks, mostly because they only get one car and they have to make it count. The Audi A3 Concept challenges this preference by dropping all that's lovable about the RS3 hatch into a sleek sedan.
It's the concentration of batshit among the modest cars that makes Geneva such a fun show. Geneva's where we first laid eyes on Count Von Koenigsegg's sleds. This year, the Count showed up with the Agera R. Eight-9-10! 1099hp!
Volkswagen successfully transitioned from a car for '70s hippies to an entry-level status car for '90s yuppies. With the re-imagined VW Bulli Concept the company's making a stab at both markets. Hipyups? Yuphips?
Sure, it comprises aero tweaks, a little more power and quicker shifts, but the Lexus LFA Nürburgring Package is still the rarest among the already-rare LFAs, at only 50 units. Bragging rights, thy name is a cranky old German racetrack.
By now you've heard 700hp is the new 600hp, and the 6.0-liter, twin-turbo V12 is the new... oops, killed another analogy dead. Yes, Pagani's Huayra debuted in Geneva, and it looks like it wants to be anywhere but there.
Now that we've seen the 612-replacing Ferrari FF up close, its shooting-brake, hatchback, kammback comportment does appear to be an avant garde comment on the two past decades' patent truckification of motoring. Ah, who are we kidding. It's super dope.
The Saab PhoeniX concept car showcases design features and technologies that'll shape the next generation of cars from Saab.
Here it is folks, the compact little brother supercar foretold by the prophecies — the Alfa Romeo 4C Concept. It's like an Alfa Romeo 8C "Mini Me." The good news? It's so sexy that I want to make love to it. The even better news? Alfa Romeo's building it in 2012. Do want. Badly.
We just saw the second version of Toyota's FT-86 concept, conveniently dubbed the "Toyota FT-86 II Concept" — and here's the live photos of the new Toyobaru.
This is our up-to-the-minute "best of" list from the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. Click through on each to see what we know on each new reveal — like the Mercedes C63 AMG Wagon — and you'll see this cheat sheet update automagically from a cloth-covered car to sweet n' sexy live photos — right before your eyes! Looking for…
There's very little we know about the Ferrari FF's new 4RM (four-wheel drive) system and magnetorheological damping system, and how they all work together with its stallion-sized 6.3-liter V12 powertrain. But at least now we have photos!
To ensure that 50 of the 500 potential owners of the Lexus LFA supercar feel even more special, Lexus unveiled details on its LFA Nurbürgring edition — more power, more rear wing and a year's pass to the Nordschleife.