For over a century, Geneva Motor Show has been the Mecca of the car industry, a platform that the world’s titans of automaking used to unleash their newest models to the world. This year was no different – visitors had an opportunity to get a first glimpse at some of the most ground-breaking supercars produced to date. If you’re looking for a way to become a proud owner of one of these amazing vehicles, we have a solution – play Mega Millions and purchase your dream car after scooping $157.000.000!
10. Maserati Levante
Maserati Levante isn’t one of the futuristic supercars, but it was the talk of the town regardless. Why? It’s the first SUV in the history of the Italian brand known mostly for its exotic sports cars.
9. McLaren 570GT
Dubbed as “the most luxurious and relaxing of any McLaren to date”, 570GT is the latest model in the company’s Sport Series line-up and a toned-down version of its predecessor 570S.
8. Pagani Huayra BC
Even though it’s just an improved version of the existing Pagani Huayra, BC attracted a lot of attention in Geneva – all 20 units have been already sold for whooping $2.500.000!
7. Ferrari GTC4Lusso
GTC4 Lusso represents an evolution of the previous Ferrari FF – it wears a remarkable design characterized by new boomerang-shaped headlights, has a better performance and a modified interior.
6. Citroën DS E-Tense Concept
One of the concept models that turned heads in Geneva was E-tense – it looks like something that came out of the future, and promises a great performance despite being an all-electric car.
5. Opel/Vauxhall GT Concept
You’ll have to wait a little while for this one, since it’s still in the concept stage, but from what we’ve seen in Geneva it’s 100% worth the wait. This visionary vehicle looks like something straight out of an SF movie – it features large doors with integrated side windows that show a seamless transition from glass to painted surfaces.
4. Lamborghini Centenario
If you’re looking forward to getting your hands on the Lamborghini’s latest, you’re out of luck. Italian company will produce 40 Centenarios in total, split evenly between the coupe and roadster, and they’ve all already been sold for around $1.900.000 each. The striking model was built in honour of Ferrucio Lamborghini’s 100th birth anniversary, and was described as the perfect combination of tradition and innovation by company’s CEO Stephan Winkelmann.
3. Aston Martin DB11
Only a few weeks after one of the DB10 cars from the movie “Spectre” was sold at the auction, Aston Martin launched a new gorgeous Bond car for the future. The British manufacturer has really turned it up to 11 with this new model – technically speaking, it’s the most powerful production DB series yet, but it doesn’t fail to combine luxury and sport into an elegant, unique package.
2. Koenigsegg Regera
If we had to choose one car unveiled in Geneva that could certainly give Bugatti’s latest model run for its money, it’s without a doubt Koenigsegg Regera. The Swedish supercar manufacturer promises this model will be the most powerful and fastest accelerating production car ever. They will be making only 80 units, and if you want to drive in one you’ll have to hurry up – 40 cars have already been sold for around $1.900.000 each.
1. Bugatti Chiron
The most anticipated supercar of 2016 proved deserving of this title when it was unveiled last week in Geneva. It’s a worthy successor to the Bugatti’s previous top model Veyron and is expected to outrun it in every possible way and break its record for the fastest street-legal production car. The French luxury car manufacturer will produce only 500 units of this exceptional vehicle. Deliveries are expected to start in October, and the price tag is as jaw-dropping as Chiron itself – $2.660.000!