Korean automakers Hyundai have unveiled the new Hyundai Intrado Concept at Geneva Motor Show. In a futuristic design and inspired with designs from the aviation industry, the futuristic Intrado is powered by fuel cells and comes in with advanced technology and a new construction system.
South Korean automakers SsangYong have unveiled their XLV Concept at Geneva Motor Show being held from March 6-16, 2014. The new XLV stands for eXciting smart Lifestyle Vehicle and is a seven seater compact SUV strictly adhering to the brands new design language.
Jaguar and Land Rover’s Design Director’s, Ian Callum and Gerry McGovern in setting the tone for this modular stand, which sets new standards in customer engagement for JLR. 40 interactive touchscreens and 32 mobile scanning points ensure efficient access to information. Engaging vehicle displays created by the award winning team behind London Olympic Opening Ceremony are being showcased.
Ferrari California T made its public debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, being held from 6th to 16th March 2014. Featuring the new 3.9l V8 generating 560 PS and 755 Nm torque, the California T shares the Ferrari pavilion with 458 Speciale and f12berlinetta.
2015 Mercedes Benz S Class Coupe is on display at the ongoing 2014 Geneva Motor Show. It is here and for the first time on board the new S Class Coupe that the company is displaying Magic Body Controlâ€™s new active curve tilting function, allowing the car to bend in a manner similar to motorcyclists or skiers.
Volvo has now unveiled the two door Concept Estate station wagon at the Geneva Auto Show. This Concept Estate will follow Volvo’s Concept Coupe which made its presence felt at Frankfurt Auto Show in September 2013 and Concept XC Coupe seen at the Detroit Auto Show in January this year.
Range Rover Sport has been given a customization program by A C Schnitzer and is going on display at the upcoming 84th Geneva Motor Show.
2014 Geneva Motor Show will host the global debut of the new FIAT 500 which is enhanced with important new style and technological features. A key development is the introduction of an innovative new seven-inch TFT digital instrument display, making the 2014 FIAT 500 the first vehicle in its segment to be thus equipped. The TFT display, developed in collaboration with Magnetti Marelli, brings together all the information required for controlling the car and its functions without disrupting the retro aesthetics of