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Geneva Motor Show 2015 - Top 10 Cars

ROMANS INTERNATIONAL TOP 10 CARS FROM THE GENEVA MOTOR SHOW 2015 10 Bugatti La Finale As the name suggests La Finale' signals the end of the line for the Bugatti Veyron. It's been almost 10 years since the first Veyron hit the streets and changed the supercar world with its record breaking power and speed. Engine: 8-litre W16 BHP: 1,200 La Finale completes the Veyron's production run of 450 cars, which includes 300 coupes and 150 roadsters, with La Finale completing its historic climax. Top speed: 255mph 0-62mph: 2.5 secs Presented at the Geneva Motor Show Price: £1.7m (est) opposite the first Veyron ever built, this is a model which will be sorely missed but fondly remembered. New Audi R8 The second generation R8 has been widely anticipated and Audi have not disappointed. Although the styling remains similar there is a new carbon fibre and aluminium chassis which Engine: 5.2L V10 BHP: 602 makes it 50kg lighter. There is also more power, better fuel economy and a new fixed rear spoiler for the V10 plus model. Top speed: 205mph The new R8 will only be available with the V10 engine and there will be no manual option which is sure to upset some but there is no doubt the R8 will sell in big numbers and carry on the legacy it created back in 2007 when it launched as Audi's first genuine supercar. 0-62mph: 3.2 secs Price: £137,500 McLaren P1 GTR McLaren revealed its track focused P1 GTR, a car which is only available to the 375 P1 owners. It follows in the tradition of the F1 Engine: 3.8L twin- turbo V8 GTR from the 1990s with no road regulations to hold back its performance. BHP: 986 The twin-turbo v8 will produce 789bhp which when combined with the electric motor brings its total output to an astounding 986bhp. Top speed: 225mph 0-62mph: 2.4 secs Added aero dynamism is achieved through its giant fixed rear wing and formula 1 derived technology. On top of this the P1 GTR sure looked impressive at the show with its green racing stripe. Price: £1.9 million 7 Porsche Cayman GT4 MO PORS CHE GT4 Cayman GT The Cayman GT4 sent car enthusiasts into an internet frenzy when it was announced recently and it was well received in Geneva. Engine: 3.8L Flat-Six Seen as a baby brother to the 911 GT3 this is said to be the first time Porsche have allowed the Cayman to maximise its potential performance with rumours of some unbelievable Nürburgring lap times. BHP: 385 Top speed: 183mph With it's limited numbers said to have sold 0-62mph: 4.4 secs out within days of it being announced the Cayman GT4 is sure to set pulses racing and bring premium buyers out in full force when it arrives in showrooms later this year. Price: £ 64,451 Aston Martin Vulcan The Aston Martin Vulcan is the British Engine: 7L V12 marque's way of challenging the likes of the McLaren P1 GTR and Ferrari FXX Kin the track only hypercar stakes. BHP: 800 With only 24 models, each costing in the region of £1.8m, this sure will be an exclusive owners club and we admire the ambition of Aston to create something different and so spectacular looking. It has also been said that customers will be given a huge number of customisation options. Top speed: 225mph 0-62mph: 3 secs Price: £1.8 million Ferrari 488 GTB The Ferrari 488 was one of the stars of the show with people clamouring to get a view of the latest prancing horse. A replacement for the 458 Italia, the 488 builds on its predecessor's huge success. However, the big change is the adoption of a new turbo-charged engine. Engine: 3.9L V8 BHP: 659 Top speed: 205mph With more power, more efficiency and Ferrari claiming it to possess the most advanced aerodynamics ever seen in a road car, the 488 is bound to deliver some incredible performance and will no doubt be another huge success for Ferrari. 0-62mph: 3 secs Price: £190,000 (est) 4 McLaren 675LT The new McLaren 675LT - the LT stands for 'Longtail' - is essentially a more performance focused version of the 650s and is limited to Engine: 3.8L V8 just 500 models worldwide. BHP: 666 The car features revised styling to the rear which we must say looks fantastic and with it's increased power and 100kg weight reduction on the 650s this will be one of 2015's most desirable supercars Top speed: 205mph 0-62mph: 2.9 secs Price: £259,000 3 Lamborghini Aventador SV It's been one of the cars that we've all been excited to see and the Aventador SV delivers in a big way. The 'SuperVeloce' is more powerful, lighter and more technologically advanced than its predecessor, whilst its more aggressive styling suits its character perfectly. Engine: 6.5L V12 BHP: 740 Top speed: 217mph Lamborghini have used ground-breaking carbon fibre parts which they claim have achieve some quite phenomenal results, so we look forward to hearing more details very soon, 0-62mph: 2.8 secs Price: £285,804 2 New Ford GT The brand new Ford GT caused a massive stir Engine: Twin-turbo in Geneva and might well have been the coolest car of the whole show. This time around the Ford GT will be more expensive 3.5L V6 and more exclusive when construction is said BHP: 600 to begin in 2016. Top speed: 200mph The new twin-turbo 3.5L V6 EcoBoost engine replaces the old V8 and a new paddle shift dual clutch gearbox replaces the manual stick with power said to be over 600bhp. Ford describes the car has having one of the best power to weight ratios of any production car ever made, 0-62mph: 3.2 secs Price: £250,000 (est) 1 Porsche 911 GT3 RS The new GT3 RS stole the show - as we Engine: 4L Flat-Six expected. So much has been said of the new RS and there is little doubt that this is going to be the ultimate modern 911 for the ages with some of the best performance ever extracted from a road car. BHP: 493 Top speed: 196mph With its reasonable pricing, limited availability and earth shuddering lap times we think this is going to be THE car to buy in 2015, a nailed on future classic, and a bulletproof investment. 0-62mph: 3.3 secs Price: £131,296 ROMANS INTERNATIONAL

Geneva Motor Show 2015 - Top 10 Cars

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Romans International presents the top 10 cars from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show - with offerings from Lamborghini, McLaren, Ferrari and Aston Martin. Includes performance details and vital statistics. W...




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