Our round-up of the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show tells you everything you need to know about the most important new cars and biggest stories from the prestigious marques we proudly represent at our dealerships.
Aston Martin has turned up the pressure on rivals with the unveiling of the AM RB 003 concept. This 'Son of Valkyrie' hypercar will sit in an elite band of vehicles occupied by the likes of the McLaren Senna featuring F1 technology adopted from their partnership with Red Bull Racing.
A second mid-engined Aston, the Vanquish Vision Concept, was also revealed which is expected to enter production as a direct rival to the McLaren 720S.
Aston Martin has branched out with its new Lagonda brand with a Lagonda All-Terrain Concept on display. Lagonda will be specialising in all-electric vehicles.
In their centenary year, Bentley unveiled a ‘Centenary’ model for the Geneva Motor Show. Based on the extraordinary Bentley Continental GT, the No.9 special edition model pays tribute to the 1930 "Blower" Bentley 4 ½ litre Le Mans winner.
Each of the limited 100 cars gets unique alloys, a carbon fibre aero package and 18K gold switchgear - stunning.
The Lamborghini Huracan Evo, has now gone topless. The new Huracan Evo Spyder is powered by a 5.2-litre V10, with an extra 28bhp and 40Nm of torque, taking the total figures to 630bhp and 600Nm of torque.
Alongside the new Huracan Evo Spyder on Lamborghini's stand was the new Aventador SVJ Roadster. Limited to a run of just 800, its naturally-aspirated V12 produces a massive 759bhp.
McLaren showcased a version of its new 720S Spider customised through its MSO division. Elsewhere the new McLaren Speedtail hypercar made an appearance, while the brand announced its plans to release a new grand tourer. More details on the forthcoming McLaren model will be released over the next few months.
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