Geneva Motor Show: Stunning Concept Cars Give A Peek into Future
The Geneva International Motor Show 2019 in Switzerland is grabbing eyeballs with their stunning concept cars.
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The Geneva International Motor Show 2019 in Switzerland is grabbing eyeballs with its stunning concept cars. At the show, automakers are rolling out new electric and hybrid models.
More than 900 models, including over 150 world and European premiers, will be shown at the motor show being held from 7 to 17 March 2019.
Automakers are rolling out new models as they get ready to meet tougher emission requirements in Europe, while not forgetting the profitable and popular SUVs and SUV-like crossovers.
Aston Martin Lagonda All-Terrain Concept
Among the few breathtaking beauties was Lagonda All-Terrain concept from British car maker Aston Martin.
The fully-electric vehicle is also has an autonomous option, which allows the driver to take their hands off the steering wheel.
The car follows the Lagonda Vision Concept that Aston Martin showed at the Geneva Motor Show last year.
The company says the Lagonda brand will go into production in 2022.
Audi Q4 E-Tron Concept
It was first presented at the LA Auto Show last year, and it's being shown for the first time in Europe.
The fully-electric sports car will go into production in late 2020.
'Imagine' by Kia Concept Car
“It’s a bit of everything that we like in cars. Things that talk to us from the emotional point of view, all blended in. And it makes it, you know, feel familiar. It feels known. Yet, it is very innovative. It is progressive...it’s not science fiction. It is actually tomorrow.Gregory Guillaume, Chief Designer Europe, Kia
Nissan IMQ Concept Car
The IMQ concept is a futuristic crossover equipped with the company’s e-power electric power train.
The four-seater uses a 1.5-litre turbocharged gasoline engine to power multiple electric motors giving all-wheel drive, 335 horsepower.
It’s our vision of what the next generation crossover vehicle should be. And it is also an electrified power train. And when I say electrified, it is not a fully-electric vehicle, but it is an electric power train driving this new crossover. And it will have an onboard internal combustion engine producing the electricity to drive the electric power train.Ponz Pandikuthira Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan
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