Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016

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Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Bentley Mulsanne Speed

As the name 'Speed' suggests, this is the most fun Bentley that you can buy! It is perfect for destroying tires at a drag strip, while looking perfectly aristocratic the whole time.

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Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Young, Sporty, Elegant Car

Changes have been made to the front grille and the headlight unit’s LCD Cluster to make the car look more alive. Otherwise, the car still has an unchanged power plant. For its size, it is super quick. Capable of reaching 305 km/h, this is the true statement of wealth that you can make. If the jargon above has you in a tizzy, fret not. All it means is that your Mulsanne Speed can chow down on those highway miles without compromising on you or your family’s safety or comfort. This sturdy boy is all about stability and maximized comfort even at high speeds.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Bentley Mulsanne EWB

Bentley wants you to experience the ultimate in luxury while you are soundlessly cruising at 300 km/h. Say hello to the Mulsanne EWB, which stands for Extended Wheel Base. Compared to the Mulsanne lineup, the EWB has 10 inches (250 mm) of extra legroom just so that you can stretch your legs.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Spoil The Queen For Choice!

At over 500 bhp, it is good enough to drive the Queen of England home, as fast as possible from a boring party! The top speed it can take is 300 km/h.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
World's Fastest Road Car Buggati Chiron

There is no simple way to explain Bugatti’s flagship. The numbers associated with this car are just outlandish. For example, it has 4 turbos on a 16-cylinder 8.0 liter engine. Top speed is 261 mph. Also, it makes about 1500 HP. That is the equivalent of strapping together 2 Shelby Super Snake mustangs with fevi quick!

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
2.6 Million Dollars Worth Bugatti

Fun fact: If every strand of carbon fiber in Chiron’s new central tub were laid end to end, they’d stretch nine times the distance between the earth and the moon. This mean machine looks truly breathtaking, and only 500 are set to be made. Another fun fact, it costs 2.6 M Dollars only.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Ferrari GTC4 Lusso

The Italian giants are masters at making seductive, gorgeous automobile art. The GTC4Lusso is the successor of the FF, and Ferrari have outdone themselves when it comes to the styling. Expect it to be priced over 300,000 US$, as good things in life never come cheap.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
0-62 MPH in 3.4 Sec

The shooting brake style is phenomenal, and the car is a 16 feet long work of art. It packs a serious punch in the engine department, with a 6262cc V12 producing 680 HP. If those figures don’t have you hyperventilating yet, the car is capable of 208 mph in any condition with a 0-62 mph time of under 3.4 seconds.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Aston Martin DB 11

Hear this beast start up and it will perk up your ears and give you Goosebumps. Aston Martin’s designers know what they are doing as they have come up with a remarkably good looking car, possibly one of the most beautiful in the world right now.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Bond's New Ride

Combine the charming good looks with a 5.2 liter twin-turbo v12 putting out over 600 HP, and you have a great recipe for a truly magnificent car. These numbers are good enough for a top speed of over 200 mph, with a 0-62 mph time in under 4 seconds.

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Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Apollo Arrow

The designer’s influence for this devil were Sharks and the F-22 Raptor fighter jet. Being a hypercar, it fits the bill well, with extreme performance and looks that can easily intimidate even the most experienced of drivers.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Sight to Behold

A 4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine from Audi with endless tweaks, powers this giant. It takes the Arrow from 0 to 62 mph in under 3 seconds, with top speed limited to 224 mph (360 km/h). With up to 1,000hp and a maximum 1,000Nm of torque, this car can eat Supercars for breakfast in a single gulp.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Lamborghini Centenario

This isn’t a car, but the Transformer Optimus Prime in disguise. Built to commemorate founder Feruccio Lamborghini’s 100th birth anniversary, only 40 will be made. Sadly, you can’t buy one. All stand sold already at a bargain of over 2 million dollars each.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
Stings Like a Yellow Black Bee

Built around a carbon-fiber monocoque, the aggressive design and that wicked rear diffuser guarantee supreme downforce. Lamborghini have put in their most powerful V12 engine ever, making 770 HP.

Roaring Devils: Top Cars From Geneva Motor Show 2016
That Evil Grin

Performance is beastly with 0-100 Km/h in 2.8 seconds, and a top speed of over 350 km/h make this car capable of space travel. “Auto Impressionante” Lamborghini.

Hybrids and smaller-capacity engines with turbocharging seems to be the way ahead for auto manufacturers. Yet, there are brands  that refuse to conform to the norms of society. They are hell bent on making devilish machines that test the laws of nature by constantly going faster, bigger and louder. Here are our favourite four wheeled devils of Geneva Motor show 2016

 

*Blog by Priyam Jha

Shilpa Dhamija

Shilpa Dhamija is the Blog Editor of Luxuryvolt. She has written several columns in Hello Magazine about Luxury Gadgets and has held position of a Senior Correspondent in CNN IBN, News Anchor NDTV 24x7, Producer of popular show Cell Guru. Also worked as a correspondent at the Times Of India. Follow on Google +

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