The Swedish Company Laboratorio Bebi is developing an ultra lightweight supercar together with the Italian engineer Giotto Bizzarrini. The car name, Quercianella, comes from Bizzarrini's native place.
Nissan will launch a special edition of its Micra C+C, after the success of a version featured during a charity tour in UK. It will be in pink colour and will be produced in just 100 units.
Advanced Design (A.D.) Tramontana has unveiled an extreme supercar powered by a central V12 biturbo engine delivering more than 700 hp. It will be launched during 2006.
The Swedish Supercar Manufacturer has unveiled the latest evolution of the CC Competition Coupé series: the Koenigsegg CCX, an extreme vehicle with more than 800 hp and a top speed just below 400 km/h.
Mini unveiled a special version tuned by John Cooper Works (JCW) and named GP Kit. It is the most powerful Mini ever built and will be produced in 2000 units starting from July 2006.
Together with the 207 model, at Geneva Peugeot will display a special sporty version, the RCup, equipped with a 280hp 2.0 litre engine. It could provide the basis for a future Peugeot Sport competition programme.
The Mercedes-Benz S 65 AMG, the most powerul production car, has been surpassed by Brabus: its S V12 S Biturbo features a 6.3 biturbo engine that delivers 730 hp and 1,320 Nm, for an electronically limited top speed of 340 km/h.
At the Frankfurt Motor Show Fisker Coachbuild unveiled two coachbuild designs, the Tramonto and the Latigo CS sportcars. For both the models production will start in April 2006.
The latest creation by Saleen is the S281, a sport car based on the 2005 Ford Mustang model with the prestigious signature of Phil Frank, the designer who created the Saleen S7 supercar.