We’ve got a habit of concentrating on the most impressive high numbers when it comes to cars. The highest top speed, the biggest engines, the largest number of cylinders, and many others.
We’re all familiar with car manufacturers teaming up. Sometimes it’s bourne out of necessity – struggling car makers with weak balance books end up joining forces in a bid to produce volume models that they need to stay afloat. Sometimes, it’s done for convenience, such as on occasions when it’s far simpler to borrow or buy another manufacturer’s tech than to develop it yourself.
The Geneva Motor Show is known for its exotica, and this year’s event was no different.
The Geneva Motor Show, taking place each March in the Swiss city’s Palexpo exhibition centre, is the event that the motoring world plans its whole calendar around. It’s typically the location for European manufacturers to reveal their most important and pivotal models, announce major step-changes to their brand or corporate strategy and play around with amazing concept cars.
Aston Martin is to revive the Vanquish name on a new mid-engined supercar that will be released in 2022.
Lamborghini has unveiled its latest convertible supercar – the Huracan EVO Spyder.