- Apollo Automobil ApolloN:
The ApolloN is the latest vehicle from the company previously known as Gumpert. The vehicle is in the ranks of the LaFerrari, and with 986 BHP, this vehicle continues the company’s tradition of introducing performance vehicles to the customers.
- Aston Martin DB11:
Aston Martin is rumored to be using a twin-turbo 5.2-liter V12 engine block under the long nose of the DB12, which is a great revelation since all future production variants were initially expected to be rebadged AMG units.
- Lamborghini Centenario:
The Lamborghini Centenario celebrates 100 years of its founder’s birth anniversary, hence the extravagance. Even though the vehicle develops 759 BHP, Lamborghini has chosen to opt for a naturally-aspirated V12, which is an impressive feat, considering all the other turbocharged engine blocks at Geneva this year.
- Bugatti Chiron:
When you hear Bugatti, you don’t expect subtle and the Chiron is anything but subtle. This 1479 BHP displacing monster produces a massive 1180 ft-lb of torque from as low as 2,000 RPM, to reach a limited 261 MPH top speed. We think it could do a lot more!
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