The 2018 Geneva Motor Show is almost upon us, and there's a ton of reasons to be excited. Consistently, this is the best auto show of the year, with lots of new, fancy, fast stuff from all of our favorite automakers. This year's Geneva show should be a great one too—here's just some of what we expect to see during the press preview on March 6th and 7th.
Ferrari always has something big to share at Geneva, and this year, all signs point to a "Speciale" version of the 488. We're not sure what it'll be called, but we've heard that it'll be closely related to the company's 488 race cars.
will soon end production, but before that, the British sports-car legend will make . It should be a fitting send-off.
The AMG GT family will grow at Geneva with the introduction of a four-door model, previewed as a concept last year. AMG boss Tobias Moers told us that while this car will ride on a modified E-Class platform, it'll be closer to the firm's sports car. We're hoping that means it'll be rear-wheel drive.
Lots of big-name luxury automakers have stated their intent to challenge Tesla and build an all-electric car, but Jaguar might be the first to get its EV to production. The all-electric I-Pace SUV is set to make its production-ready debut in Geneva, and it could be a game-changer.
While Jaguar looks to the future, Land Rover is looking to its past. Its Special Vehicle Operations division will debut a limited-run, two-door version of the Range Rover, taking the ur-luxury SUV back to its roots. How cool is that? Two-door SUV!
Last year's Geneva Motor Show saw the debut of the Volvo XC60, and that this year, it'll get a wagon companion. The new V60 won't be radically different than the SUV it shares a platform with, and that's no bad thing.