Geneva Motor Show

It is called the main showroom of the year because every year in Geneva, leading autocompanies brought here by their best innovations. But anyway it was a Geneva salon innovations premium and their number leaves behind auto shows in Los and Detroit combined. Luxury coupe, stunning sports cars, futuristic concepts "is, where carousing at will." This year's Geneva Motor Show will be held from 5 to 15 March, under the Dealer will showcase the latest innovations of leading automakers and aftermarket shop. The main novelty of this Dealer: Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe, cars designed to replace the clk Coupe. Unlike the new E-Class – slightly modified front bumper with led headlamps, different grille with two horizontal bars and a great logo, extended wheel arches, slightly modified rear bumper and elongated rear lights and the lack of pillar. bmw 5-Series gt. A new concept bmw 5 Series gt was developed over several years.

Finally, the Bavarian automaker is ready to present 5-Series Gran Turismo. About the new concept has been much controversy and debate. Mazda3 mps. Mazda company will bring in Geneva, a new "charged" version of "" with the acronym mps. Novelty is equipped with the upgraded 2.3-liter turbocharged direct-injection capacity of more than 260 hp Renault Megane rs. The French company Renault prepared a "hot" premiered in the form of "charged" hatchback Megane rs, developed a sports division brand Renault Sport. Appearance of new items will receive an aggressive aerodynamics package, which includes sports bumpers, rear spoiler, dilators arches and alloy wheels of larger diameter. Audi A4 Allroad. The novelty is constructed on the same principles as the older model, the A6 Allroad, which was inherited from the grille, plastic lining on the back, protect cars from damage and scratches, extended by 20 mm gauge, protecting the bottom steel plates, branded wheel-drive system quattro, 17-inch wheels, as well as increased ground clearance (180 mm).

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