During the 2015 International Geneva Motor Show, there were cars that, no doubt, stole not only the spotlight, but the show itself. However, aside from these exciting reveals, worthy unveils, and impressive new car debuts, the annual Switzerland-based event also played host to many other weird, yet wonderful machines.
So just in case you thought you have heard, read, or seen everything newsworthy about this year’s car show in Geneva, you may want to read this entry first, as it contains a list of five new releases you probably have missed.
Cadillac Escalade 2015
Cadillac has brought its newest Escalade model to Geneva, together with the rest of its new offerings, including MPVs and small crossover vehicles. One of the things that make the Cadillac Ecalade 2015 model year (like all its other predecessors) stand out, is its full-size, which is anything but miniature. This six-speed automatic machine features a 6.2-liter V8 petrol engine.
Lamborghini Aventador Pirelli Edition
Last year was a big one for Lamborhini, with the car maker having revealed its first ever Aventador Pirelli Edition. This year, the model has been redone with a two-tone paint job in black and white, along with red details not only on its roof, but also its tires. Inside the beast is the same theme, with its interior featuring black Alcantara and red detailing in its stitches. The engine, which is a 691 BHP, V12 engine, is the same as last year’s model.
NanoFlowcell Quant F
NanoFlowcell, an electric car maker, had something great to share during the 2015 International Geneva Motor Show: its Quant F model. This 1075 BHP, super-saloon vehicle measures 5.25 meters long, and can comfortably seat up to four people. Flat out, it can go to speeds of up to 186 mph.
Pininfarina Ferrari Sergio
As the name already suggests, the Pininfarina Ferrari Sergio is a collaboration between Pininfarina and Ferrari. This model’s design has been based on Ferarri’s 458 Spider. The Sergio is the physical commemoration of the partnership the car maker has with the Italian design firm. This model is only going to be available in six units, which means that you can expect its price tag to be just as exclusive.
Touring Superleggera Berlinetta Lusso
Last, but not the least, is the Touring Superleggera Berlinetta Lusso. It has been based on Ferrari’s F12, which is one of the reasons why it deserves to be mentioned in this list. The rounded edges make for its extremely smooth design, but it does feature an undeniable retro appeal to it, which can be easily linked with Ferrari classics. It comes equipped with a 7.3-liter V12 engine. According to reviews, it also has the capability to go from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.1 seconds.
So there you go, these are five of the other launches that took place at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, models that you probably have missed but have surely gotten excited about.Full Review