Tag Archives: 2011 Geneva Motor Show

Tata Pixel Concept hints at sexier Nano for the European market

Now that the hype of the Tata Nano is starting to die off, Indian automaker Tata Motors has decided to offer the European market its own, sexier version of the pint-size compact. The Tata Pixel Concept made its debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show last week and hints at a future subcompact for the […]

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2012 Kia Rio

2012 Kia Rio gets striking design, four fuel-efficient engines

Since the model first launched in 2005, global sales of the third-generation Kia Rio have totaled more than 860,000 units. It’s now time for the fourth-generation model and right off the bat we have to say that the fourth-generation model is on nice looking compact. First time at egmCarTech? Visit our home page for the […]

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Mansory Cormeum: A Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG with a complete carbon shell

When Mercedes introduced the new gullwing SLS AMG last year, tuners went to work to make their own versions of the newly famed Mercedes supercar. Mansory Cormeum took the standard SLS, wrapped it in a complete carbon shell, contributing to a 90kg (198 lbs) weight reduction, and a revised look. Now, it’s obviously not the […]

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2012 Hyundai i40 debuts in Geneva, gets four boring and fuel-efficient engines

At the 2011 Geneva Motor Show this week, Hyundai unveiled the 2012 Hyundai i40, which looks to be the station wagon version of the Hyundai Sonata sedan. While plans could change later, Hyundai says that the i40 is the “company’s first D-segment vehicle to be developed specifically for the European market, with a package of […]

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Video: The story behind the BMW Vision ConnectedDrive Concept

Earlier last month, BMW released the first photos and details of the BMW Vision ConnectedDrive Concept, which made its official debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show this week. As described by BMW, the Vision ConnectedDrive Concept shows “current and future methods of mobile networking in a particularly focused way.” BMW has also released a […]

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AC Schnitzer 99d Concept is a BMW Z4 with a BMW 320d engine

Joining the AC Schnitzer ACS5 Sport S 5-Series at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show is the AC Schnitzer 99d Concept. Based on the BMW Z4, the AC Schnitzer 99d Concept carries a diesel engine from the BMW 320d making 190-hp and a maximum torque of 309 lb-ft of torque. That allows the AC Schnitzer 99d […]

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Renault R-Space Concept shows future compact people carrier

Renault asked its designers to come up with a simple family vehicle that would express the company’s new design philosophy for the boring minivan class… and this is what they came up with. Known as the Renault R-Space Concept, the study hints at the future of a possible compact people carrier with a fuel-efficient engine. […]

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Infiniti Etherea Concept, hints at production entry-level Infiniti

We saw the first couple of images of the Infiniti Etherea Concept earlier last month. Well, the model is finally making its public debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show this week and is attracting a lot of attention as the Japanese luxury automaker plans a production version for the entry-level market. Infiniti really seems […]

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Four new versions of Volkswagen Golf R debut in Geneva

Four new color scheme variations of the Golf R were released today at the Geneva Motor Show, which will help distinguish the R packaged Golfs from the standard. So far, Volkswagen has been making some very handsome cars and with R package treatments we’ve been seeing with examples such as the Euro Scirocco R, and […]

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2012 Jaguar XKR-S is the fastest, most extreme pussycat ever

What you’re looking at here is the fastest most extreme Jaguar ever. Not only is it the fastest Jaguar ever, it’s the most agile, responsive and driver-focused pussycat ever built by the company. For the first time with a series production car Jaguar has exclusively entered into the 186 mph cub with the Jaguar XKR-S. […]

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