The 2015 Frankfurt motor show is here, and as usual it is lined up with some of the most exotic concepts and models in the world. This is where the fruits of millions of euros worth of research and development are displayed giving you the absolute best that the automotive world has to offer. Take a look at our hottest picks.
What you’re looking at is the successor to the Bugatti Veyron. But that’s not it’s most amazing attribute. The car’s design is Bugatti’s concept for Vision Gran Turismo and is therefore a fleshed out rendition of the virtual car that appears in the the Gran Turismo series
Yes, Jaguar has finally joined the dark side and given in to full blown SUV manufacturing. The CX17 concept is now officially the F-Pace and it’s quite a pretty looking SUV. Thrilling performance is at the core of this SUV, exemplified perfectly by the manner in which Jaguar launched it with stunt driver Terry Grant driving it through a giant loop.
It’s amazing how the smallest acts by Ferrari can be the cause of so much excitement. Their formula is simple. Take a supercar, turbocharge it, remove roof. Sit back and watch our minds explode.
The Gallardo has already proven the fact that baby Lambos look great as convertibles. If the standard Huracan didn’t stir your lions, we suggest you view shots of the new Spyder model in private
The Tiguan will be new to the Indian markets when it arrives sometime mid-2016. It’s one of VW’s top sellers, sitting below the likes of the Audi Q3. According to VW it’s their most modern SUV yet.
The Mission E is Porsche’s showstopping 600 bhp plus electric powered supercar. Thanks to all the research done on their Le Mans winning 919 Hybrid race car, Porsche know a thing or two about harnessing electric power. With nearly 500 km of range, this supercar promises to be as practical as it is powerful
A brand new model by Rolls-Royce is always a cause for celebration. Rolls-Royce simply doesn’t do ‘convertibles’. The Dawn is a finely crafted drop-top based on the Wraith
The upcoming Baleno will arrive in the form of a premium B-segment hatchback and will rival cars like the Hyundai i20 Elite. Expect it to be bigger and more plush than the Swift
The Mercedes Intelligent Aerodynamic Automobile concept gives us a glimpse into the direction Merc’s large car design will take. Although the exaggerated aspects of its design won’t make it to the likes of the future S-Class, it’s ridiculously low drag co-efficient and incredibly aerodynamic features will.
Admittedly, cars like the Alfa Romeo Giulia have no bearing upon the Indian automotive market. But Alfa always makes special cars and they just look so darned good that they had to make it to our list. It’s slated to take on the likes of the BMW M3 and the Mercedes C63 which is no small task, but even if it is no match for them in terms of pace, it’s certainly the most sensational of the lot. Oh and, did we mention that this is the fastest sedan to lap the Nurburgring?