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Aston Martin DB11 gets showcased, comes with 5.2L twin-turbo V12 engine

Aston Martin has announced a new “Second Century” plan for its upcoming cars, and the first product in this plan is the newly unveiled Aston Martin DB11, and it is showcased at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, where the official unveiling happened.

The DB11 comes with a 5.2-litre twin-turbocharged V12 engine, which is made in-house by Aston Martin, and it can develop up to 600 HP and 700Nm of torque, while the car can reach a top speed of 200 mph, and a 0-62 mph in a time of 3.9 seconds.

Aston Martin Chief Executive Officer, Dr Andy Palmer said: “We aspire to make the most beautiful cars in the world. DB11 is the absolute embodiment of what an Aston Martin should be and we have worked tirelessly to ensure that DB11 combines both exceptional design with the latest technology throughout. A brand new bonded aluminium platform, clever aerodynamics, a new characterful twin-turbo V12 and class-leading infotainment systems are just a few aspects which make this the sports car that will proudly spearhead Aston Martin’s second century plan.”


Lamborghini Centenario debuts at Geneva Motor Show, 40 limited units sold out

Lamborghini Centenario, the new sports car from Automobili Lamborghini, the Italian company has been getting all the accolades for the right reasons at the 2016 International Geneva Motor Show. The car was made official at the show and it was showcased there, but the news about its availability is that the company planned to make only 40 units, including 20 coupé and 20 roadsters, and all of them already have buyers.

Using the V12 architecture, the Centenario’s naturally aspirated engine produces 770 hp and powers from 0-100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, and from 0-300 km/h in 23.5 seconds with a top speed of more than 350 km/h. Braking from 100 km/h to standstill is achieved in 30 meters. A monocoque and body in full carbon fiber provide a low weight of 1,520 kg and a weight to power ratio of just 1.97 kg/hp.

The Centenario measures 4.924 m long and 1.143 m high, and the body of the car is made of gloss carbon fibre, and the front bonnet, scissor door panels and roof are made to be fluent and aerodynamic.

The large air scoops in the front bonnet might look like the ones in the sports cars of 1970s, but Lamborghini has ensured that they are placed for a certain function – air is taken in through the car’s front contributing to downforce on the front axle.

Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport grabs eyeballs at Geneva Motor Show

While you might be dreaming about the two super sports cars Lamborghini Centenario and Bugatti Chiron that were showcased at the Geneva Motor Show 2016, another unveiling at the show was surely a stunner – the 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport!

The sports car from Chevrolet is said to be coming to the U.S. this summer and in Europe next fall, and while we are sure that the car might not cost any less, it isn’t meant to compete against the two luxury sports cars we mentioned about earlier. The pricing is not known yet, though.

The Corvette Grand Sport will boast several models, including “grand Sport Collector Edition” that will launch later this year in an exclusive “Watkins Glen Gray Metallic” exterior with “Tension Blue hash-mark graphics” special wheels, premium leather and a suede interior, apart from the coupe and convertible models.

For those hitting the race tracks, they can get the Z07 Performance package that helps boost the performance of the car. While there are endless possibilities for its customization, the standard 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport will have Michelin Summer Tires, electronic limited-slip differential, 460hp LT1 V8 engine with 7-speed manual transmission, brembo brakes, and a magnetic ride control.

“We didn’t hold back with the new Grand Sport,” said Tadge Juechter, Corvette chief engineer. “For the first time, buyers can equip the Grand Sport with a Z07 performance package – which adds carbon-ceramic brakes, Michelin Sport Cup 2 summer tires, and carbon-fiber aero package that delivers true downforce.”

Which of the three cars you loved the most? Even if the Chiron looks brilliant, we’re sure you aren’t able to take your eyes off the Corvette!

Highlights from the Geneva Auto Show

The supercar wars have reached a whole new level — and a whole new price.

The world’s most elite automakers unveiled their latest productions ahead of Switzerland’s Geneva Auto Show this week, with several cars priced in the seven figures.

Yet this new round of supply comes amid a slowing global economy and anxiety among wealthy consumers, factors that could pump the brakes on demand.

Bugatti led the pack this week, puling the cover off its new Chiron — the fastest and most expensive supercar ever built. The car’s engine packs 1,500 horsepower and can go from zero to 60 in 2.4 seconds. The computer limits the driver to a top speed of 260 miles per hour, but with Burgatti’s help, it can go faster on a race track.

The new Chiron also has luxuries including a one-carat diamond in each of its four speakers and a self-adjusting spoiler.

“If you have a car that builds up desire and demand and it’s sexy, you are going to be the next champion of the podium,” Bugatti CEO Wolfgang Durheimer told CNBC.

With a base sticker price of $2.6 million, Bugatti’s highest price yet, the company has already sold more than 150 vehicles. Only 500 of these supercars will be produced, and Durheimer said priority goes to existing Bugatti owners.

“A lot of people are buying used Bugattis on the market to improve their position on the waiting list,” he said.

Lamborghini, under a new CEO, introduced the 770-horsepower Centenario, to pay homage to what would be founder Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 100th birthday. The automaker has produced a limited line of 20 coupes and 20 roadsters. Priced at $2.5 million, all 40 vehicles have sold out.

Geneva 2016: the most extreme cars of Europe’s hottest auto show

The Geneva Motor Show this year was a return to form for one of the most indulgently excessive exhibitions of human engineering. Cheap oil has made huge engines trendy again, and the luxury sports coupes that dominated the Detroit Auto Show have now been joined by future classics like the Aston Martin DB11 and Bugatti Chiron.

Lamborghini also had a car to show off that featured its most powerful engine ever built, though the Centenario is exclusive even by Lambo standards, with all 40 having already been sold ahead of the event.

Join us for a quick look back at the highlights of Geneva 2016 before you dig into our full coverage of the best and baddest automobiles at the show.

Classics on display at Geneva auto show

The recent Geneva auto show wasn’t just about new vehicles.

The show also presented carmakers with the chance to show off some of their famous and iconic models alongside the newbies.

We’ve put together a photo gallery of some the classic gems that were dusted off for another shot at show glory.

Look out for Alfa Romeo’s gorgeous 1952 Disco Volante, some perfect Porsches, old racers, and from the USA a trio of Jeeps while the Aston Martin DB5 is always a crowdpleaser.

Syrian peace talks bumped by Geneva auto show

The resumption of Syrian peace talks in Geneva has been postponed by two days because of logistical problems, including a scheduling conflict with an auto show that grabbed up hotel rooms, the U.N. special envoy for Syria said Thursday.

Staffan de Mistura said the cease-fire that took effect Saturday in Syria is largely holding and has “greatly reduced” violence, despite sporadic clashes in some places.

He spoke to reporters in Geneva before convening the third meeting of the so-called “cessation of hostilities” task force, led by the U.S. and Russia, that includes world and regional powers monitoring the truce.

Mistura, who was initially shooting for a resumption of the formal peace talks Monday, said he penciled in Wednesday instead, noting “logistical” troubles like the Geneva Auto Show could reduce the number of available hotel rooms.

“We need to have a penciled date and we need to make sure that everyone knows that this is not open-ended,” he said, the Associated Press reported.

“We need to maintain pressure both on the success of the cessation of hostilities and the delivery of aid in order to make sure that they do give a feeling of credibility to the people in Syria.”