Best Cars From The Geneva Motor Show 2020

1 Sep 2020

Every year, the Geneva Motor Show brings us the latest news and concepts for the motor industry. It is one of the biggest highlight events of the year, bringing in thousands of attendees and showcasing the best of the best when it comes to cars.

However, this year it was overshadowed by the growing health issues in the world. As such, whilst the main event was cancelled, many of the manufacturers used the internet to bring us the concept cars and news that we were all so desperate to get our hands on.
There were so many new models and concepts revealed, but we wanted to collate our favourites. So, take a look at these amazing cars and prepare to whet your appetite for the future.

Automobili Pininfarina Battista Anniversario

Pininfarina’s latest update to the Battista is set to take the world by storm as one of the most beautiful battery-powered hypercars available. With a limited release to celebrate the company’s 90 year anniversary, the Automobili Pininfarina Battista Anniversario comes with a very original design featuring a split rear spoiler and carbon-fibre front splitter, side blades and rear diffuser.

McLaren 765LT

Next up, we have the latest supercar from one of the most well known and beloved manufacturers out there. The McLaren 765LT comes with an astounding 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that is able to give you 754 horsepower. McLaren have also stated that it will fly off the starting line, going from 0 to 60 in just 7.2 seconds!
With a lighter build than the 720S, as well as no sound system or air conditioning on the base model, the 765LT is designed for speed. If you have the bravery to take this beast for a drive, you will certainly be in for an experience!

Koenigsegg Gemera

Sticking with the hypercars for this next entry, we have the incredible Koenigsegg Gemera. Almost referred to as the Mega-G, the Gemera definitely lives up to its nickname. Through the excessive use of carbon fibre, Koenigsegg have been able to get the most power possible out of their 600-horsepower twin-turbo 2.0-liter three-cylinder petrol engine.
According to the manufacturing legend, the Koenigsegg Gemera can reach 60 miles per hour in an absolutely staggering 1.9 seconds. Get ready to pull some serious G-Force in this monster of a hypercar.

Polestar Precept Concept

We recently featured Polestar’s Precept saloon immediately after it was announced at the Geneva Motor Show, and Polestar have yet to reveal any more technical details about this incredible new machine from the Volvo-owned manufacturer. However, as it is designed to rival the Tesla Model S and features a wheelbase that is approximately 6 inches longer than the Model S, the Polestar Precept Concept look set to really make a mark in the industry. We cannot wait to hear more details about this illustrious vehicle.

So Much More

The 2020 Geneva Motor Shop did not fail to deliver when it comes to new and exciting changes to the motor industry. With incredible new vehicles on display from the likes of Hyundai as well as the hypercars mentioned above, there was more than enough news for everyone.
If all of these new concept cars have given you a bit of lust and envy, it might also surprise you to know that some of the top of the range vehicles are more affordable than you would expect. Whilst a hypercar might still be out of reach, some of the best cars out there can be leased with relative ease, making them more within your reach than you expected!
Take a look through our list of lease deals and see what car you can upgrade to!