2012 Geneva Auto ShowBy Alan • Send This To A Friend
This year, the Geneva Auto Show opens its doors from March 8th to the 18th.
There were some very interesting concept cars shown for the first time. Here is a full review of these:
Giugiaro Brivido Concept
Extensive research has gone into increasing the on-board comfort of this GT, designed and produced entirely in the company’s Moncalieri factories. The vehicle offers supercar performance, respect for the environment and the most advanced technology and innovative solutions for a working prototype which is ready to make its on-road debut.
The INFINITI EMERG-E Concept, which makes its debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2012, is a highly advanced mid-ship sports car that provides an exciting glimpse into the Infiniti cars future.
Bertone Nuccio Concept
The concept car that Bertone will world preview at the Geneva Motor Show (8-18 March) to celebrate its Centenary is called the Nuccio, after the never-to-be-forgotten master of Italian styling in the world.
Magna MILA Coupic Concept
MILA Coupic combines three different vehicle concepts in one–the sporty elegance of a SUV coupé, the full functionality of a robust pick-up, and the secure open-air feeling of a convertible. With its unique adaptability, the MILA Coupic opens up a completely new independent niche in the sports segment.
Sbarro Intencity Concept
Touring Superleggera Disco Volante Concept
The international stage of the 2012 Geneva Motor Show will witness yet another world premiere from Touring Superleggera. The Milan-based coachbuilder celebrates the 60th anniversary of the 1952 Alfa Romeo C 52 “Disco Volante” with a tribute to its sporting heritage, the Disco Volante 2012.
Toyota FT-Bh Concept
– Concept designed to demonstrate minimised emissions within an economically viable framework
– Design inspired by the natural flow of the air
– 3,985 mm long combined with light weight body design resulting in a 786 kg mass
– High level of aerodynamic performance resulting in a Coefficient of Drag (Cd) of just 0.235
– High efficiency 1.0-litre petrol, 2-cylinder, full hybrid powertrain
– Aiming at 2.1 l/100 km and 49 g/km – a new milestone for a full hybrid powered vehicle
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