The Top 10 concept cars of the Geneva Motor Show (Part one) 0

genevaOne thing about concept cars is that they usually look great. They get everyone excited about the future of the car industry with their futuristic unique designs and out of this world technology. Saying that, most motor fans are then extremely disappointed when they realise that most of them will never be made.

That doesn’t mean that this year’s concept car at the Geneva Motor Show wasn’t nothing to get excited about. The event was packed  with them. We take a look at our picks for the Top 10 concept cars of this year’s show.

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Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Concept

The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Concept is on our list because it is simply a stunning car inside out. The car has carbon fibre elements around the bodywork, helping the car to weigh less meaning it will be faster and more economical. Under the bonnet comes with a 1.75 litre turbo inline 4 engine. The headlights have changed style from the typical Alfa 4C model with the concept car also coming with a titanium/aluminium exhaust. There is some good news on this particular concept car, it could be set for production at the beginning of next year!

Audi TT Quattro Sport Concept

Audi fans will know about the new generation TT which is soon to be unleashed on the worldwide market. Despite that, Audi decided to tease fans with the TT Quatro Sport Concept at the Geneva Motor Show. This vehicle had a 2.0 litre engine under the bonnet and is capable of achieving 420 BHP. The car also comes with CFRP aero and vents to add to it’s aerodynamics.

Citroën C4 Cactus Adventure Concept

Citroen’s C4 Cactus Adventure concept is the company’s way of illustrating that they are capable of producing vehicles with off-road ability. It is has plenty going for it in the sense of being an off-road vehicle. There are brush bars, Terrain tyres, a roof rack and a cargo box.

Giugiaro Clipper MPV Concept

The Giugiaro Clipper MPV Concept is an all electric vehicle. It is quite a big spacious vehicle which is unconventionally a low profile car. The front doors resemble Lamborghini doors, a nice touch. Inside those open doors come three rows of seating complete with iPad Minis. There is also a sizeable central display with the interior containing Alcantara material.