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The introduction of the new Porsche 911R, the new Aston Martin DB11, the new McLaren 570 GT and off course a glimpse of the Bugatti Chiron, the Koenigsegg and the Pagani where reasons to fly over to Geneva to enjoy the Autosalon….RPR_IMG_7099

The new 911R, Limited special model: With its new 911 R, Porsche is unveiling a puristic sports car in classical design at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show. Its 368 kW (500 hp, 911 R: Combined fuel consumption 13.3 l/100 km; CO2 emissions: 308 g/km) four-litre naturally aspirated flat engine and six-speed manual sports transmission places the 911 R firmly in the tradition of its historic role model: a road-homologated racing car from 1967. Produced as part of a limited production series, the 911 R (R for Racing) performed in rallies, in the Targa Florio and in world record runs. Like its legendary predecessor, the new 911 R relies on systematic lightweight construction, maximum performance and an unfiltered driving experience: this special limited-edition model of 991 units has an overall weight of 1,370 kilograms and is currently the lightest version of the 911.

RPR_IMG_7109From a standing start, the rear-engined car breaks through the 100 km/h barrier in 3.8 seconds. In keeping with the puristic character of the vehicle, the 911 with its lightweight design is available exclusively with a six-speed sports transmission…

RPR_IMG_7093The driver sits in a carbon full bucket seat with fabric centre panels in Pepita tartan design, recalling the first 911 in the 1960s.

RPR_IMG_7095With its overall weight of 1,370 kilograms, the 911 R undercuts the 911 GT3 RS by 50 kilograms. Bonnet and wings are made of carbon and the roof of magnesium…

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The new Aston Martin DB11. Aston Martin claims the DB11 will sprint from 0-62mph in 3.9sec and hit a top speed of 200mph.

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It’s an in-house designed twin-turbocharged 5.2-litre V12. The all-aluminium V12 produces a stout 600bhp and 516lb ft, which is sent to the rear wheels via a rear-mounted eight-speed ZF automatic gearbox.

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A stunning replacement for the iconic but long-serving Aston Martin DB9 has finally been revealed. It’s called the Aston Martin DB11, and it’s available to order now priced from £154,900.

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With fresh contemporary styling, a new 600bhp twin-turbo V12 designed in-house, and a revised body structure that’s stiffer and offers more room for the driver and rear seat passengers, the new Aston 2+2 grand tourer surely ticks all the boxes for Aston’s myriad fans.

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The incredible new Ford GT!!…

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You can’t buy a Ford GT yet, but if you want one, start saving now—prices are expected to begin at as much as $400,000. One look at its stats tells you all you need to know: a mid-engine twin-turbo V-6 good for more than 600 hp, full carbon-fiber construction and body panels, and active aerodynamics. Power will be sent to the rear wheels courtesy of a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic; sadly, a manual will not be available. Production starts in 2016; expect the total to be less than 1000 cars.

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The new Bugatti Chiron. The successor to the Veyron, costs more than 2.4m Euros, packs a 1480bhp punch and has a top speed limited to 261mph – 420 Km/h!

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The new Pagani Huayra BC… The standard Pagani Huayra weighs in at 1,350 kg while the Huayra BC manages 1,218 kg. By our calculations, the weight saving is a massive 132 kg’s. Performance from 0 to 100 km/h is estimated at around 2.8 seconds with a top speed of 354 km/h (220 mph). Pagani have been testing the BC around Nardo so will likely release a true top speed soon.

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The 1,500bhp, production-ready Koenigsegg Regera… Yep, that’s more power than the Bugatti Chiron…

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0-62mph takes 2.8 seconds, 0-124mph takes just 6.6secs, and 0-186mph takes 10.9secs. 93mph to 155mph takes just 3.9secs. Though no top speed has been quoted, Koenigsegg estimates that 0-249mph is done and dusted in 20 seconds.

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The Regera’s base price is $1,890,000 – just over £1.2m – and Christian is only building 80 units. “We’ve already sold four even before anybody has seen the car,” he told us last year, “so the mood for this feels very positive”… RPR_IMG_7084

The baseline then, is as follows: the Regera sits on a highly modified Agera chassis, significantly changed to accommodate a 4.5kWh battery pack – able to discharge 525kW – mounted in the centre of the car, which is 25kg lighter than the concept car’s battery. RPR_IMG_7079

Zenvo, the other Scandinavian supercar marque, first burst onto the scene back in 2009 with its ST1. The car boasted a supercharged and turbocharged V-8 delivering in excess of 1,100 horsepower..

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The Arrow is completely street legal and also meets all current FIA crash and safety standards. Apollo suggests that owners can opt to homologate their car in a number of different race series with only a few minor modifications. It comes fitted with a biturbo 4.0-liter V8 engine that produces 1,000 horsepower and 1,000 newton meters of torque. The power helps the Arrow accelerate from standstill to 62 mph in just 2.9 seconds. The sprint to 124 mph comes up in just 8.8 seconds and the top speed is a reported 223 mph.

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The C8 Preliator succeeds the C8 Aileron of 2009, and comes as the first car from the newly reborn Spyker after its merge with electric aviation company Volta Volaré last year.

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Right now, Singer is the talk of the town when it comes to gorgeous resto-modded Porsches. Its cars are like the ultimate evolution of a classic 911 ST. It’s not the only Porsche shop around, though, because RUF has tuned Porsches since the mid-1970s. The German company brought a handful of heavily modified 911s to the Geneva Motor Show that could only be described as stunning.

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The 2017 McLaren 570 GT is the latest model to join the recently launched Sport Series lineup and will globally debut at 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Like the 570 S, the 2017 McLaren 570 GT is powered by a twin-turbo 3.8 L V8, which produces 562 horsepower and 443 lb.ft. torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch automated transaxle gearbox. With the additional glass, McLaren says the 570 GT is 82 pounds heavier than the 570 S. Unlike the 570 S, the 570 GT is fitted with heavier iron discs instead of the coupe’s carbon-ceramic rotors. McLaren claims the 570 GT will sprint to 60 mph from standstill in 3.4 seconds, which is two-tenths slower than the 570 S. Top speed of the 570 GT is aerodynamically limited to 204 mph, same as the 570 S. The 2017 McLaren 570 GT starts at $199,850.  RPR_IMG_7033

Peugeot Paris Dakar…

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Check out the multi functional table inside this van..

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6×6 LandRover …

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650.000,= Brabus

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Normal versus Giant G- Class…

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the Vengeance, Though based on the DB9 chassis…

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The 2016 Alfa Romeo Giulia, Under the long bonnet, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio has an aluminium, turbocharged V6 engine designed by Ferrari. With 380kW — possibly 375kW if Alfa is quoting metric horsepower, as it is usually wont to do — of power on hand, the new sports sedan has a claimed 0-100km/h time of just 3.9 seconds.

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Best food in town, brasserie Lipp…

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