For 87 years, the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland has served as the ultimate international stage where today’s hottest auto manufacturers unveil the world’s most thrilling upcoming and concept automobiles.
In this edition of JP Logistics’ blog, we’re diving into our top five vehicles showcased at this iconic event.
|Bentley EXP 12 Speed 6e|
Bentley has long been the king of luxury sedans and sports cars. The EXP 12 Speed 6e, however, is Bentley’s first foray into the all-electric automobile segment, boasting inspired styling and a near-200-mile travel distance on a single charge. Although power specs have not been revealed yet, the EXP 12 Speed 6e proves that Bentley is taking the advent of all-electric sports cars seriously.
|Mercedes AMG GT Concept|
If you look up the letters “AMG” in a German dictionary, you’re likely to see words like “high performance,” “racing machine” and “conquerer of the roads” floating nearby. With Mercedes’ AMG series of vehicles known for their illustrious automotive heritage, the AMG GT Concept adds a level of matured refinement to Mercedes sub-brand by folding its reputation into a full-sized sedan of power, precision and prestige.
|Ferrari 812 Superfast|
Yes, that’s actually its name, and yes, it really is quick. With a 12-cylinder engine boasting 789 horsepower at 8,500 RPMs, Ferrari claims that the 812 Superfast is the fastest car the Italian stallion has ever built. Not only this, but the 812 Superfast visually borrows from Ferrari’s racing heritage, providing more aggressive body lines and a road stance that puts it ahead of the pack before its driver can tap the accelerator.
|2017 Honda Civic Type R|
Ever since the first Civic Type R was launched in Europe in 1999, Honda’s highest performance moniker has eluded tuner car enthusiasts here in the United States… until now. Making its North American debut, the 2017 Honda Civic Type R is the perfect hot hatch racing machine for drivers who want the most bang for their dollar bills.
|TAMO RaceMo by Tata Motors|
You wouldn’t be judged too harshly by American automotive enthusiasts if you’ve never heard of India’s Tata Motors or its sub-brand, TAMO. We chose to include the TAMO RaceMo on our list simply because there is nothing currently on the roads that is quite like it. Paired with a rear-mounted 1.2 litre engine that produces a fairly impressive 187 horsepower, combined with “cloud connected” capabilities, the TAMO RaceMo is a unique two-seater that is undoubtedly interesting to drive.