I took this photo of an unpainted Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport and its 8-liter W16 engine at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show with my father’s old Minolta XD-7 camera on Kodak’s T-MAX P3200 film, a black and white negative developed for extreme low light. A contemporary motor show with its profusion of high-power spot lights…
Bored of the deluge of perfect photographs pouring out of motor shows? We’ve taken some old and strange film cameras to Geneva to show you another side of cars. Well, of supercars anyway.
Those of you with keen eyesight may have noticed a BMW key dangling from the ignition of the naked Morgan Aero Supersports in Geneva last week. We have asked a Morgan representative to explain.
Despite our initial beliefs, not all Morgans are made of wood. The $187,000 Aero Supersports, shown in Geneva in all its naked beauty, is all metal, BMW and sidepipes. What it lacks is glass: champagne flutes, to be exact.
Fifty-six years after he won the last Formula One Grand Prix held in Switzerland, the Maestro is applying a dab of oppo yet again at the Geneva Motor Show.
Geneva's proximity to Paris and Milan lends it the ability to attract the most classically beautiful booth professionals, picking and choosing them from the world of high-fashion. There's a worrying trend this year though: babes in t-shirts.
Want to go from 0-to-60 in 3.3 seconds and drive top-down at 196 MPH? Then you better display a significant case of male pattern baldness, because they won't sell you a 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet without it.
What do Trabis and Hitler have in common apart from Godwin’s Law and the lack of steel after World War II due to heavy Wehrmacht usage?
This grotesque mish-mash of automotive design themes is the Sbarro Autobau — a "tribute" to Swiss racing driver Fredy Lienhard. We assume the designer hates him because this is truly the ugliest car we've ever seen.
At first glance, BMW’s vast stand is nothing but a sea of compulsory hybrids and Herr Reithofer giving the thumbs up. But a dark doorway beckons into M-land.
Nobody does iterations like Porsche. A simple, lightweight take on the Boxster with a camping tent on top is love at first sight yet again.
With wings, added lightness and sure-footed handling, what appears to be a pigeon on the Geneva show floor is most likely a secret Lotus prototype on the loose.