The star of this year's Geneva auto show has to be the Bugatti Chiron, the successor to the Veyron. The Chiron uses a similar 8-liter W-16 engine as the Veyron, but a new turbocharging system brings horsepower to 1,500. However, zero to 62 mph times remain at 2.5 seconds.
NanoFlowcell is working to bring an innovative electric drive system to market, showing off its latest development car the Quantino. Instead of a battery pack, the NanoFlowcell system uses an ionic fluid, allowing electric cars to be refueled similar to gasoline cars.