The 2015 Geneva Motor Show was a feast to auto enthusiasts. Car manufacturers had everything lined up from the latest car launches to concepts.
The concept cars and models are something that give all of us a quick glimpse about the future of automobiles.
The Geneva Motor Show had exactly that. There were concept cars from various automobile manufacturers, which included all-electric sports cars, SUVs and even vehicles that would run on ionic fluids that generate electricity.
The 20V20 is based on Volkswagen's MQB platform and Seat has developed a crossover from it. As the name suggests, this vehicle will be seen on roads around the world in 2020. The name of this concept has been derived from 20:20 vision, which also means clear vision.
VW Sport Coupe Concept GTE:
The design of the Sport Coupe Concept GTE is an impressive alternative to the classic sedans of the B and C segments. It has the style of a sport coupe that is enriched by the functionality of a large hatchback and the interior space of a sedan.
The Audi Prologue Avant Concept:
This is a follow up of Prologue Coupe from the LA Motor Show last year. The Prologue Avant shares the same wheelbase as the Prologue Coupe, but it is a little longer, wider and taller than the Coupe. The production version of the Avant will feature a 3.0-litre, turbocharged V6 TDI diesel engine and an electric motor to deliver a combined output of 449 horsepower.
Aston Martin DBX Concept:
Aston Martin is calling their crossover concept as the DBX and we believe they should stick with the name. The model will be produced as a full-sized SUV and not a crossover.
Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6:
Bentley has showcased an all new vision of luxury according to them. The EXP 10 Speed 6 concept is a two seater performance car by the manufacturer. "This is not just a new sports car concept, but the potential Bentley of sports cars," claims Wolfgang Durheimer, the Chairman and Chief Executive of Bentley Motors.
This is a glimpse into the future product offerings by Nissan. The Nissan Sway compact hatchback is part of their future radical thinking. The Nissan Micra hatchback will be designed in Europe and could receive similar styling to this concept vehicle.
Lexus celebrated their 25th anniversary of launching their very first vehicle, which was their LS400 saloon. To mark the occasion the Japanese manufacturer challenged its European Design Studio to deliver an ultra-compact vehicle. The good looking LS-FA is a product of this challenge. This concept has been developed to accommodate four passengers.
NanoFlowcell Quant F and Quantino Concepts:
The NanoFlowcell technology is very unique because unlike normal electric vehicles of fuel celled vehicles, the car is powered by two tanks of ionic liquids, one which has a positive charge and the other, negative charge that provides electricity needed to move the car. This is very much the future of automobiles.
Mercedes-Benz G500 4X4 Concept:
The Mercedes-Benz G500 4X4 Concept will have impressive features and an engine that makes it feel like a sports car that loves to venture off-road and into the path less travelled. Production of this vehicle will depend on the feedback received for the concept.
Tata Hexa Concept SUV:
The Tata Hexa concept SUV is based on the already existing Tata Aria, which is almost non-existent in terms of sales since numbers remain very low. Tata Motors has tried very hard to give the Hexa a more upmarket feel with loads of features.