The ultra-exclusive Aston Martin Vulcan had me at "800 horsepower and all carbon fiber." We're looking forward to getting a closer look at this brutal beauty.
Koenigsegg's upcoming hybrid hypercar makes the bombastic claim of being the "fastest accelerating, most powerful production car ever." It'll arrive in Geneva with over 700 horsepower from the electric motors and that's before the gasoline engine pushes the total power into the 4-digit range.
Sure, the 2017 Audi R8 will boast a new look that's inline with the geometric sexiness of the Audi TT and improved performance, but if there's one thing that stands out about the next R8 it's this: laser headlights. Yep.
The Porsche Cayman was never a slouch in the performance department, but many felt that it was handcapped by its makers to keep the 911 at the top of the heap. This ends in Geneva with the Cayman GT4, a track-tuned variant of the mid-engined coupe that lives up to its full potential.
Morgan is a brand that does things the old fashioned way - just look at the Morgan 3-wheeler. So when this automaker announces a new model, we all stop and take notice.
Ford's Focus ST evolves into its most hardcore form yet with the reveal of this generation of the Ford Focus RS.
Subaru will be unveiling updated versions of the European Levorg (pictured) and Outback wagons.
Speaking of hot wagons, Volkswagen will be stretching out its Golf GTD.
The new Mini Cooper will go from Coupe to Cabriolet at the 2015 Geneva auto show when its ragtop version debuts.
Rolls-Royce is a brand that's known for crazy levels of bespoke customization available to its owners, so we're sure that the attention to detail in the Phantom-based, one-off Serenity will be insane.
Mercedes continues its revival of the Maybach marquee with an elongated Pullman model. Somewhere in America, rapper Rick Ross is filled with delight.