Tag: Geneva 2006
The Saab Aero X Concept was named "Concept Car of the Year" by Autocar magazine. Among the winning features were the reference to aircraft heritage and the innovative design of the windscreen, wheels and cockpit.
At the Geneva Motor Show the Italian Coachbuilder Castagna has unveiled the Imperial Landaulet Concept, a prototype inspired by the 1930's Isotta Fraschini models.
A set of pictures taken from the development process of the Aero X Concept, the concept vehicle unveiled by Saab at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show.
At the Geneva Motor Show Mazel Group has presented Identity i1, a concept coupé vehicle aimed at the creation of a new brand and developed in partnership with several Spanish and Italian Companies.
Inovo Design, an Italian Design and Engineering consultancy Company, has unveiled the Lirica concept, a 5-meters long coupé that celebrates the Italian tradition in the luxury Gran Turismo segment.
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.
At the Geneva Motor Show Morgan has unveiled its new 4 seater, that combines the classic Morgan's appearance with a modern 223 hp Ford engine unit.
Saab Aero X Concept is a two seater coupé that communicates the brand's aviation heritage through many solutionjs, like the aircraft-like fuselage and the instrument panel with 3D holograms.
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.
Based on the VW new Beetle, the Biwak concept by EDAG is a multifunctional vehicle that can be used both as a leisure car and as a truck. The body features a matt crinkle finish with a used look.
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.
A photo-gallery from the design process and the making of the prototype of the Dodge Hornet, the B-segment concept vehicle unveiled at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show.
Ford expands the Focus model range with the Coupé-Cabriolet version. Developed in partnership with Pininfarina, it will be produced at the Design Company's Italian plants starting from 2006.
Bertone has unveiled the Suagnà concept, an interpretation of the coupé-cabriolet theme based on the Fiat Grande Punto and dedicated to young drivers.
Dodge Hornet is a B-segment concept car designed to combine the small size and engine of European vehicles with a bold American appearance and flexible interior space.
Land Rover e-Terrain System is a group of innovative technologies for on- off-road performances that will be available on production vehicles progressively in the next few years. They are especially aimed at reducing fuel consumption and emissions.
Fioravanti Skill is a 2 seater concept based on the new Fiat Punto which adopts a new patented solution for the retractable rigid roof. It can be easily transformed from a coupé into a small spider with a pick-up look.
After the concept vehicles unveiled at the last Motor Shows, Mini debuts the Concept Ginevra, an interpretation of the Traveller concept with a design inspired by rally cars.