Pininfarina Sergio concept

GENEVA--Pininfarina designed the Sergio concept as a tribute to Sergio Pininfarina, who planned many Ferrari models at the Carrozzeria Pininfarina design house. Sergio Pininfarina died last year.
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Pininfarina Sergio concept

The Sergio is based on a Ferrari 456 Italia, but the body has been completely reworked. There is no convertible top for the car, although helmets hang at the ready in the cockpit.
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ItalDesign Giugiaro Parcour concept

This odd study by design house ItalDesign Giugiaro is named after the athletic urban running sport seen in so many movies now. That may be the most appropriate name for this urban SUV two-seater.
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ItalDesign Giugiaro Parcour concept

Sitting up on 22-inch wheels, the Parcour resembles an Italian sports car from the 1960s, yet rides high. As a study, there are no specifications for engine or performance.
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Touring Superleggera Disco Volante

Italian coachbuilder Touring Superleggera showed the Disco Volante at Geneva. The company based this model on an Alfa Romeo 8C, and plans a limited run of 500 units.
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Spyker B6 Venator concept

Spyker launches a new concept at the Geneva show, the B6 Venator, with Spyker's classic airplane styling.
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Spyker B6 Venator concept

Spyker plans a production car based on the B6 Venator for next year.
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Bertone Jet 2+2 concept

Bertone brings a wagon version of the Aston Martin Rapide to Geneva, with 2+2 seating called, appropriately, the Jet 2+2.
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Bugatti Veyron Vitesse

Bugatti brought a variant of its single model, the Veyron, to Geneva. The Grand Sport Vitesse is powered by an 8-liter W-16 engine with four turbochargers. Bugatti has pushed the output up to 1,200 horsepower.
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Gumpert Apollo

One of the fastest production cars in the world, the Gumpert Apollo hits a top speed of 225 mph, and reaches 60 mph in 2.9 seconds.
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Gumpert Apollo

The Apollo depends on a twin turbocharged Audi 4.2-liter V-8, producing 690 horsepower.
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Noble M600

The British-built Noble M600 boasts a top speed of 225 mph, and zero to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds.
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Noble M600

A Volvo-sourced 4.4-liter V-8 sits in back, with twin turbos helping it produce 650 horsepower.
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Koenigsegg Agera R Hundra

This special edition of the Agera R showed up at Geneva, the appellation Hundra attached to denote it is the hundredth Agera R the company has built.
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Koenigsegg Agera R Hundra

The Agera R relies on a twin turbocharged 5-liter V-8, giving it an acceleration of 2.8 seconds to 60 mph.
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GTA Spano

Spanish automaker GTA brought its Spano to Geneva. This car uses a supercharged V-10 producing 900 horsepower. Top speed is rated at above 217 mph.
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Pagani Huayra

Pagani introduced the Huayra last year. This ultra-rare car features a twin turbocharged 6-liter V-12 producing 720 horsepower.
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