Hey gang, Brian Cooley here at Geneva 2016, pulling the entire roadshow crew together for a lightning round of our individual favorite picks.
I'll start off with this guy, the Hyundai Ioniq.
The first make and model of car that will be a hybrid, a plugin hybrid, and a battery electric car, all in one model.
No one has done that before.
They're basically taking a potshot at everybody.
Shy of Tesla.
Bugatti Chiron boasts 1600 horsepower, another 62 [UNKNOWN] in 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 261 miles an hour.
It's simply an engineering masterpiece, and I absolutely love it.
My pick for best in show?
It looks incredible, it's got the same underpinnings as the XC90 that we know and love, plus it's got double the electric range.
And I'm just a sucker for Scandinavian design.
My pick of the show is the [UNKNOWN] and I will tell you why.
It is a mega hybrid with over 1500 horsepower.
That's like over 15 times the amount of horsepower that my racecar has.
I love it.
My pick of the show is the Morgan EV3.
The electric version of the company's iconic three wheeler.
Now not only is this the first electric car form a company deep in tradition.
It's really good looking too.
THis blend of tradition and modern is a really bold statement about where the company's going and it makes it one of the best looking vehicles of the show this year.
Of course, at the Geneva [UNKNOWN] show, I'm gonna pick the LC 500h.
This is the hybrid version of Lexus' new sports car.
So that means good power and excellent fuel economy.
Well they wouldn't let me pick up Miata again but I pick up Fiata.
The 124 spider from Abarth builds on Mazda mg platform with a lot more Italian flare and little bit more power, 170 horse power in total.
And if that's not enough for you then get a 300 horse power rally version right over there My favorite car at the show is the Honda Civic flashback Prototype.
Aside from all the gaudy stuff like [INAUDIBLE] tailpipe, I think it has a really silhouette.
And it's probably the closest we'll ever get to a real Civic wagon in the United States.
That will do pig, that'll do.
We've got about twice that many more cars from Geneva and details on all of these at theroadshow.com.