Rimac Concept_One has Entered Production

When Mate Rimac, then 23 years old, premiered his Concept_One at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, I suspect not many expected to see this car again. Fast forward five years to this year’s Geneva Motor Show and the Rimac Concept_One is shown as a production car, with several more under production at the state-of-the-art factory near Zagreb in Croatia. Continue reading “Rimac Concept_One has Entered Production”

A Closer Look at the Lamborghini Centenario

It’s been a week since Lamborghini pulled the covers off the Centenario LP 770-4, the new name for the highly limited, cutting-edge design and performance car from Lamborghini. I reckon it’s about time we delve into the details of this creature. Continue reading “A Closer Look at the Lamborghini Centenario”

Koenigsegg Agera at the End of the Line – What Now?

Koenigsegg are marking the end of the Agera with the limited run Final, in which only three cars will take place. The first one was displayed on stage in Geneva, named “One of 1”. Continue reading “Koenigsegg Agera at the End of the Line – What Now?”

Touchdown for Lamborghini Huracán Avio

The second piece of car news from Lamborghini at the Geneva Motor Show was this matte blue Huracán LP 610-4 Avio, which I wrote about nearly a month ago. Avio is Italian for aviation, and the anticipated aviation roundel was to be found in several locations, both inside and out. Continue reading “Touchdown for Lamborghini Huracán Avio”

Zenvo Showing Two(!) New Cars in Geneva

Zenvo Automotive, located an hour’s drive south of Copenhagen, are long since established in the boutique hypercar niche, having offered a product that is unique in style and expression, namely the ST1. At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, however, the ST1’s successor took to the stage, named TS1. Continue reading “Zenvo Showing Two(!) New Cars in Geneva”

Production ready Koenigsegg Regera in Geneva w/video

At last year’s Geneva Motor Show, Koenigsegg brought along the Regera, a completely new way of thinking when it comes to hypercars. It featured a massively powerful V-8 engine, but the novelty was the three electric motors that worked together with the engine, a direct drive unit and a pair of torque converters to create a smooth and seamless surge of acceleration aimed to take the Regera from a standstill to 400 km/h in less than 20 seconds. Continue reading “Production ready Koenigsegg Regera in Geneva w/video”

Lamborghini Centenario launched in Geneva

The Lamborghini stand was surrounded by several layers of journalists, employees and lucky enthusiasts as the clock ticked towards press conference time at the Geneva Motor Show today. A lot has been said and rumoured about the Centenario, so anticipations were running high. Continue reading “Lamborghini Centenario launched in Geneva”

Lamborghini Launching Limited Edition Huracán Avio in Geneva?

Automobili Lamborghini have filed for the trademark Avio, and as part of the application, they have listed sports cars as part of the trademark’s usage area. This, combined with information from an Instagram post that turned up on a search for “Lamborghini Avio”, makes us believe that Lamborghini will launch a limited edition Huracán in Geneva. Continue reading “Lamborghini Launching Limited Edition Huracán Avio in Geneva?”

Dealer Launch of Lamborghini Huracán LP 580-2 and LP 610-4 Spyder

Lamborghini Copenhagen kindly invited me to the dealer launch of the Lamborghini Huracán LP 580-2 and the Huracán LP 610-4 Spyder on the eve of the 23rd Jan, and who am I to decline such an invitation?! Continue reading “Dealer Launch of Lamborghini Huracán LP 580-2 and LP 610-4 Spyder”

Yes, Six Unique Lamborghinis!

I need to take you back two years, to Lamborghini’s semicentennial year. This occasion was celebrated worldwide with various takes on the theme, and the prestigious Schloss Bensberg Classics, held annually at the Bensberg Palace outside Cologne, was no exception. Continue reading “Yes, Six Unique Lamborghinis!”