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TOTD: What Was Your Favorite Geneva Show Debut?

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 3/6/2015 Karla Sanchez

It’s usually hard choosing a favorite at each year’s Geneva motor show, simply because there are so many hot exotics, hot hatches, and hot concepts splayed out all across the showfloor. There was no shortage of Bentleys, Aston Martins, Koenigseggs, and McLarens, but among all those super fancy cars, more practical cars also debuted including the new Hyundai Tucson. But if you had to pick just one as your favorite reveal, which would it be?

The Mercedes-Benz G500 4x4 concept, which is basically a G63 AMG 6x6 missing two wheels, certainly made a big impression at the show, but did it make a big enough impression to be your favorite? If super exclusive sports cars are more your thing, perhaps you liked the Bugatti Veyron “La Finale,” which is the very last Veyron to be built. Or perhaps you got more excited over the limited-run McLaren 675LT, which makes a devilish 666 hp from a 3.8-liter V-8. Let’s not forget about the 1500-hp Koenigsegg Regera, which makes do with three electric motors and a twin-turbo V-8 for massive amounts of power. Over at Lamborghini’s booth, the Aventador SuperVeloce was certainly not mellow in yellow, seeing as the supercar puts out a whopping 740 hp.

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Glitzy and glamorous cars included the Rolls-Royce Phantom “Serenity,” which the automaker admits is its fanciest (and probably most expensive) Phantom it has ever built with lots silk materials, Mother of Pearl bits, and rubies. Bentley also showed a stunning 2-seat sports coupe dubbed the EXP 10 SPEED 6 concept, while Audi debuted a sexy wagon version of the Prologue concept.

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More “normal” cars included the Ford Focus RS hot hatch and the 305-hp Civic Type R, while Infiniti showed off the sexy QX30 concept that previews a production version coming sometime in 2017. Kia proved that it could design another sexy car aside from the GT4 Stinger with the Sportspace concept, while Lexus made some showgoers scratch their heads with the goofy looking LF-SA concept that showcases what a future Lexus minicar could look like.

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What was your favorite Geneva reveal? Head over to our Geneva motor show page to see everything that debuted in Switzerland, and let us know your pick in the comments below.

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