Sexy Volvo Coupe Concect focuses on real-life interior and clean, emotional exterior design.
Volvo executives keep marching down the strategic plan announced ahead of the Frankfurt motor show last September and here come the third concept car in a row, on time for a prémiére in Geneva. It is simply called Volvo Concept Estate and, according to the company, attention shold be focused on its interior. It look that of a dream car for motors shows but in reality it is an anticipation of what buyer can get when the new XC90 goes on sale late this year. Textiles and details may not be as sophisticated as in the show-car but the digital technology will all be there.
At the 2014 Geneva Auto Show MINI will unviel the MINI Clubman Concept, showcasing a new brand philosophy for a
higher class of automobile. The next generation Clubman is 26 centimeters longer and just under 17 centimeters
wider than the current MINI Clubman, the Concept comes over as sophisticated, cool
Jaguar announce super-wagon for Geneva previews. Its XF-RS Sportbrake is the first high-performance R-S branded sports estate car to be produced by Jaguar: It combines the potential of 410 kW (550 PS) of power and as much as 1675 litres of loading space.
Citroën has announced it will be unveiling its restyled C1 at the Geneva motor show. The entirely new body-redesign shows a radical departure from the previous generation design language that was too similar to the corresponding model by industrial partner Toyota and family relative Peugeot. It will be available in 3- door and 5-door versions from launch time. The range also includes a new open-top body style called Airscape.
Autonomous driving is set to become reality in the near future. While the major automakers are putting the finishing touches on the technology, the Swiss idea factory Rinspeed puts man at the center of the autonomous car. At the 2014 Geneva Motor Show Rinspeed presents the "XchangE" study to the public in a world premiere. It demonstrates how cars will ‘move’ us just a few short years from now, in both senses of the word. Frank M. Rinderknecht describes the status quo like this: “So far hardly anyone has taken this to its logical conclusion from the perspective of the driver. After all, traveling in a driverless car will no longer require me to stare at the road, but will let me spend my time in a more meaningful way.“