Geneva Motor Show 2016

Surprise! Maserati made its first ever SUV

Surprise! Maserati made its first ever SUV

Of all the automakers to launch an SUV - and a diesel one at that - at the Geneva Motor Show, Maserati probably wouldn't be your first guess. Turns out, though, the fifth model to join the Italian company's line-up is the Maserati Levante, a sports SUV to take on the Porsche Cayenne and Range Rover Sport.

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200-mph Jaguar F-Type SVR Announced Ahead Of Geneva

200-mph Jaguar F-Type SVR Announced Ahead Of Geneva

Jaguar has announced its latest high performance salvo ahead of its introduction at the 206 Geneva Motor Show: the Jaguar F-Type SVR. Capable of hitting 200-mph, the F-Type SVR qualifies as the quickest production car ever built by the brand, and it expands the use of the SVR badge from the Range Rover Sport SVR that was debuted by corporate sibling Land Rover just last year.

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McLaren goes bespoke-crazy with Geneva carbon customs

McLaren goes bespoke-crazy with Geneva carbon customs

If every car show has its unofficial theme, then Geneva's is ridiculously bespoke luxury, and McLaren is bringing a pair of its own examples of automotive excess. In fact, it's the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) team that has taken the lead in Switzerland this year, first crafting a fully carbon fiber-bodied McLaren P1 to turn the already-at-11 hypercar up to 12.

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Surprise: The Lexus LC 500h hybrid is coming to Geneva

Surprise: The Lexus LC 500h hybrid is coming to Geneva

After the surprise unveil of its new flagship grand tourer in Detroit last month, Lexus will bring the hybrid version of its sinuous coupe to the Geneva Motor Show. The Lexus LC 500h will keep the sleek, concept-esque body of its gas powered predecessor, the LC 500, but wrap it around a new powertrain that should give the eco-conscious slightly fewer sleepless nights.

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This GTC4Lusso is Ferrari’s idea of a practical family car

This GTC4Lusso is Ferrari’s idea of a practical family car

A 12-cylinder Ferrari might not be the obvious choice for a family car, but the Italian supercar company believes it might have a four-seater wildcard. The Ferrari GTC4Lusso combines its odd name with some fairly awkward proportions, but that shooting-brake style rear is vital to accommodate the 2+2 cabin that a grand tourer needs.

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