THE Geneva Motor Show may still be a few months away but several big-hitters have already come forward to stake their claim to motoring dominance. McLaren, Ferrari and even a Singapore outfit have put their cards on the table, ready to showcase their next generation masterpieces.
British manufacturer McLaren will debut the second generation of its acclaimed Super Series. Engineers claim that it will have double the aerodynamic efficiency of the 650S, which is no mean feat.
Stronger, lighter and with outstanding grip and even an airbrake, the new McLaren model will need to outshine its predecessor if the struggling company wants to keep its place at motoring’s top table.
Meanwhile Singapore modestly claims it will kickstart an ‘electric revolution’ when it debuts its awkwardly named Dendrobium. Produced by Vanda Electrics it is a two-seat electric supercar with an automatic roof and doors shaped like Dendrobiums, a flower native to Singapore. The Geneva Motor Show takes place from March 9-19.
Thousands of spectators will also see the new Ferrari F12 M; Range Rover Coupe; Kia Picanto and Jaguar XF Sportbrake. There will also be a lightweight Lamborghini, a Suzuki Swift, and a Porsche 911 GT3.