Inching closer to the Geneva Motor Show with each day, the exhibitors are keen to offer a glimpse of what’s in store including Audi who will reveal their next generation R8.
Aston Martin will use Genenva to launch their most aggressive V8 Vantage to date known as the GT3 Special Edition. It mimics the GT3 racecar and offers 600 bhp.
Starting at half a million euros, Mercedes-Maybach will be showing off the new Mercedes-Maybach S 600 Pullman which is a flagship for the entire Daimler range.
Lotus are keen to call their updated Evora 400 a supercar with its supercharged Toyota V6 that produces 400 bhp.
Other cars to look for at Geneva include the Lexus LF-SA, Honda Civic Type-R, QUANTiNO and QUANT F.