2014 Geneva Motor show was all about Cars, Technology and Fashion. With plenty of glamorous models around, it was the cars of tomorrow that sent the senses tingling!
The Huracan is a replacement for the Gallardo, which is Laborghini's most successful model with more than 14,000 cars on the road. The Huracan sits on the same carbon-fibre chassis, like the bigger Aventador and is powered by a V10 engine, which pumps out a whopping 610 bhp, driven to the road through all four wheels and enough to get the supercar from 0-100kmph in 3.2 sec and a top speed of 323 kmph.
BMW 2-Series Active Tourer:
It’s a BMW, but surely not as we know it, as for the first time the German brand will sell a front-wheel-drive model. It will also be the first BMW model to be offered with three-cylinder power in the form of compact new turbocharged 1.5-litre petrol engine, closely related to that in the new Mini. The proportions of the Active Tourer differ greatly to those of traditional rear-wheel-drive BMW models, especially around the front-end, which receives a comparatively short and heavily angled front fascia.
McLaren 650 S:
If you take a McLaren 12C as a starting point and blend the styling and technology from the P1 hypercar, it will result in new 650 S. Revealed in coupe form, the 650S sits into the company's line-up between the 12C and the P1. Powered by 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 engine, with an increased output of 641bhp, while the torque has gone up from 600 Nm to 678 Nm. As a result the 0-100 kmph time has dropped by 0.1 seconds to 3.0 seconds, while 0-200 kmph now takes just 8.4 seconds.
Rolls-Royce Ghost II:
The legendry British brand- Rolls-Royce has facelifted its 2009 launched Ghost. The idea is to give it a more modern stance and add latest technology, that will pamper its occupants to an even greater extent, than the current model. There won't be any mechanical changes and existing twin-turbocharged 6.6-liter V-12 will be doing its duty under the hood, which outputs 563 bhp and 780 nm of torque.
2015 Ford Mustang:
The 2015 sixth-generation Mustang made its public debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Available in two trims, the GT will sport a 5.0-liter V8 engine, estimated to generate more than 420 bhp and 528 Nm of torque, while the base model will be powered by a 2.3-litres EcoBoost four-cylinder unit under its hood. The car is likely to go on sale in Europe in the fourth quarter of the on-going year. Right hand drives will make it to India by early next year.