Category Archives: Geneva Motor Show

Girls!Girls!Girls!

Gentlemen, I am sure you are going to love this post more than anything since it combines the 2 most important elements in your life: cars and girls.

And the organizers of the 2012 Geneva Motor Show know how to make their work even more appealing, so they have casted some of the hottest girls to represent the most beautiful cars. You don’t believe me?

Check out these photos and convince yourself!

P.S. Don’t get scared of the obvious amount of red. It was probably the theme. Enjoy!

 

Source: www.fancytuning.com

Small but Smart: Fortwo Tuned by Carlsson.

And now we are going to present something a little more country and a little less rock’n’roll. Wait that’s not it.

Let me start over only by saying : Carlsson Smart Fortwo.Those of you who have been grasping every moment of the 2012 Geneva Motor Show know what I am talking about. The rest of you are going to find out now.

Carlsson just made its new project by focusing on the little “sports” car Smart Fortwo. With the  CK10 package, you no longer have a common, tiny Smart, but a more powerful one (due to the new sport air filter and ECU, this Smart can reach 110 HP and 158 Nm of torque). Not bad for a 1.0 liter engine.

And the style was not left out either. It was improved with a set of 17-inch alloy rims, Nappa leather and a sport exhaust system with 4 tailpipes.

You don’t want to mess with it!

Source: www.fancytuning.com

The Master in Carbon: Pagani Huayra Carbon Edition

When first seeing this car, I thought it was Batman’s car, but I soon realized that it is more than that.

Pagani Huayra Carbon Edition, a car present at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, will definitely dazzle you with its awesome looks. The amazing lethal drivetrain found in the original Huayra provides a  700-horsepower AMG-sourced 6.0-liter V12 behind the seats.

And this is not all that this beauty has to offer. If you add a wild carbon fiber body to this Carbon Edition, you get everything a person could wish from a car like this.

But maybe some pictures would clarify the situation, don’t you think?

Source:www.autoblog.com