Geneva Motor Show 2019 begins this Tuesday. Geneva Motor Show 2019 has promised 150 world and European debuts. Here’s all about the most important ones of all the new launches and cars that you must know about in Geneva Motor Show 2019.
The Geneva International Motor Show (GIMS) is traditionally held at the Palexpo Arena situated near the Geneva airport. The petrol heads who are either decanting to the Alps for spring skiing or on their way for some business can stop here for the surprise galore. If you are traveling from the UK, then you can make a day trip.
The show halls are located ten minutes away from the arrival halls of the airport. You just need a day to view the highlights. Geneva Motor Show 2019 will be held from 7-17 March this year.
Geneva Motor Show 2019
Here’s a list of the cars we are looking forward to in Geneva Motor Show 2019:
Peugeot 2018 is the most important car that will be revealed at Geneva Motor Show 2019. It will introduce Peugeot’s venerable ‘two-zero’ series’ latest generation cars. It will run on pure electric power. This will be the first time for a mass-market super-mini.
Honda e Prototype
Earlier, it was called the Honda Urban EV concept. Honda e Prototype is one of the biggest stories at Geneva Motor Show 2019. It is likely to take away the attention from Swindon Honda factory of the UK.
Aston Martin Lagonda e SUV + Project 003
Aston Martin will launch Lagonda eSUV and the Project 003 in Geneva Motor Show 2019. It will also include the concept of the turbocharged hypercar 003 and a Lagonda-badged electric SUV.
An online event has already revealed the Polestar 2. This week it will be launched at Geneva Motor Show 2019 as well. Polster 2 is an important car with an electric range of more than 300 miles. Its starting price is around around the £40k barrier in the UK. The sound of EVs will be much more enticing now.
Ferrari F8 Tributo
The successor of the 488 GTB’s crown and the first non-electrified on the list. The Ferrari F8 Tributo weighs 40 kg less than the 488 and has has 710bhp from its 3.9-litre turbo V8. It is also capable of 0-62mph sprint in just 2.9sec and 0-124mph is dispatched in 7.8sec. It is the junior supercar of Ferrari.
It is the first car of the Spanish brand that uses the MEB platform trousers of the VW Group. It is the second EV after the Twizy-esque Minimo car shown at MWC 2019.