After a long flight from Romania, I arrived at the 83rd edition Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland, where I had the pleasant surprise of viewing an entire show based on supercars instead of green-technology from years past. This show felt like a return to the roots where the cars were made to please the soul and not the body.
Lamborghini celebrated 50 years, launching a completely new supercar, the Veneno. My first impression was a resemblance to the old Countach with a revamped aggressive design. With 750 hp for almost 4.5 Million, it would break almost any piggy bank. The LaFerrari also made its debut with a whopping 950 hp. I'm a fan of the back of the car but the front needs work in my opinion. McLaren presented the long-awaited McLaren F1 successor. The new McLaren P1 impressed me with it's curves and overall visual impact. On the german side of things, Audi brought out the new RS familly with the RS Q3 , RS6 Avant , RS5 Coupe DTM and S3. And last but not least the new 911 GT3 and GT3 Cup was revealed from Porsche.
Like every motorshow where there are supercars there are super girls.