Baroque Access brings you up to date on next month’s Geneva International Motor Show, which will take place between March 5 and 15 at Palexpo
Last year the iconic Geneva Motor Show hosted around 670,000 visitors from more than 150 different countries who came to see 250 exhibitors show off their latest offerings. This year, the show is expected to be even bigger and better. It’s estimated that it will attract even more exhibitors, media representatives and visitors, who come to take a look at the latest models of their favorite vehicle brands as well as the new, innovative automotive technologies.
What to expect at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show…
Lotus Evora set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show
Although it took a break and hasn’t appeared on the US market, Lotus is expected to showcase it’s 2016 return with a brand new model, which they will reveal at the Geneva Motor Show. Rumor has it that the new model will be an updated version of the Lotus Evora sports car. Watch this space for more information!
Aston Martin Vantage GT3 to be revealed
Aston Martin is also set to surprise the crowds with its brand new Vantage GT3, a new performance-oriented racing vehicle that is expected to rival Porsche’s 911 GT3, a force to be reckoned with lots of power and performance (the new model will also be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show!). The new Aston Martin road model will be a tone-downed version of Aston Martin’s racing car, but it’s expected to be a significant improvement on the existing V12 Vantage S. Apparently, the new model is expected to be similar aerodynamically to the racing car.
Car of the Year 2015
The award ceremony for Car of the Year 2015 will take place before the Geneva Motor Show, on March 2nd, at Palexpo’s Congress Center. We will update you with all the details as soon as we have more information on this.
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