Roll on the Geneva Motor Show

geneva-2015Taking place from 5th to 15th March, the Geneva Motor Show is one of the highlights in the automotive calendar. We’ve taken a look at the previews and pinpointed what we predict to be some of this year’s most exciting exhibits below – some of which will undoubtedly end up in our Experience Centre!

Aston Martin
aston gt3Aston Martin is due to show off its Vantage GT3, due to produce an impressive 592BHP from its V12 engine. If that’s not exciting enough, then look out for the Aston Martin Vulcan – the marque’s planned hypercar that is designed to compete with the Ferrari FXX K and be Aston’s most extreme car yet. Yikes.

Audi are due to exhibit their second-generation R8, its sexy supercar that will this time borrow tech from the Lamborghini Huracán.

Executives from Aston Martin, Ferrari and others will no doubt be looking nervously at the Bentley stand, where the two-door GT concept car will demonstrate just how the marque plans to take on its supercar rivals.

488-gtbAll eyes will be on the child of the Ferrari 458 Italia – the Ferrari 488 GTB. Due to be blessed with a twin-turbo V8 that produces 660BHP, this is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

Land Rover
Not only is the newly botox-ed Range Rover Evoque due to go on display, but aficionados of Land Rover conversions will get an exclusive look at the extreme Kahn Flying Huntsman – a Defender-based modification with a 6.2litre V8.

Rumour has it that a Lamborghini Super Veloce version may be present – we can’t wait!

mclaren gtrAnticipation is building around not only the McLaren P1 GTR, which will produce 986BHP and set you back a cool £1,980,000, but also the McLaren 675LT, the ‘long tail’ car inspired by the F1 original.

Dubbed ‘the ultimate 911’, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS will finally be unveiled at this year’s show, alongside the feisty Cayman GT4.

Rolls Royce
This year Rolls-Royce will be showing off their Wraith convertible, which features styling from the popular Ghost and a soft-top roof. A concept car, the Serenity, will also be on display, which is intended to focus on the use of silks.