These 7 new cars were unveiled at Geneva Motor Show
The 2019 Geneva Motor Show - Europe's biggest annual car show- witnessed the debut of concepts to production-ready models.
The show, which runs from March 7 to 17, gives a glimpse of the futuristic design and auto engineering marvels at the global show.
Argaam has compiled a list of the latest cars displayed at the show.
French luxury carmaker Bugatti unveiled "La Voiture Noire" - its most expensive new car ever built. The 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 from the Chiron has been sold for $19 million.
2) Aston Martin
Aston Martin launched its uber-luxurious, all-electric autonomous SUV concept car “Lagonda”. The All-Terrain vehicle is slated to go from concept to production form in 2022.
Citroën displayed its latest small, electric runabout called "Ami One”. Mere eight feet in length, the EV has a top speed of 28 mph and can be fully charged in about two hours.
Jaguar’s all-electric I-Pace SUV was voted ‘Car of the Year’ on the eve of the Geneva Motor Show. The EV can hit 60 miles per hour in 4.5 seconds. It has a 90-kilowatt-hour battery that provides an estimated 234-mile range.
Audi displayed its latest Q4 E-tron SUV. The compact car has twin electric motors, generating total power output of 225kW, and has a 280-mile range.
6) Alfa Romeo
The Tonale concept is Alfa Romeo’s first hybrid car. Though the automaker gave no details of the vehicle, production is expected in 2020.
Arcfox, a Chinese electric car manufacturer, unveiled three new models, which includes ARCFOX-GT Track edition, ARCFOX-GT Street edition and the ARCFOX ECF concept car.
Photos courtesy of Geneva International Motor Show