Sadly, yet another Geneva Motor Show has now come to its conclusion. That said, this year's show came with its fair share of highlights that will stay with us for a while; with manufacturers bringing extreme new vehicles from both ends of the automotive scale. From track-only cars that can outpace Formula One cars to the world's first commercially available flying car, this year's show really did have it all. Take a look at some of our highlights below.
Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro
Teased earlier this year, Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing have officially unveiled a track-only variant of their extreme Valkyrie road car. Featuring power from a 6.0-litre hybrid V12 that produces 1,100bhp and a weight of just 1,000kg, it boasts a power to weight ratio that exceeds 1:1. Definitely one to read more about.
Audi wowed crowds when they unveiled the prototype for their debut all-electric car. Just one example of a prototype fleet that boasts 249 other Audi e-trons, this incredible new car from Audi has racked up over 85,000 hours of road testing time. We look forward to learning more about e-tron later this year.
Bentley Bentayga Hybrid
Bentley's luxurious SUV has now undergone the hybrid treatment - receiving a 3.0-litre V6 and E motor that offers over 31 miles of electric-only range. All of the peace and serenity of electric power seamlessly mixed with the elegance and refinement of Bentayga? Not a bad recipe at all.
BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe
Ahead of the stunning new 8-Series' launch, BMW have unveiled what an M8 Gran Coupe variant could look like. Using styling that we've seen on the 8-Series concept and the racing car, Concept M8 Gran Coupe is said to "take luxury out of its comfort zone". We really hope this becomes a real life BMW model.
Ferrari 488 Pista
The successor to the phenomenal Ferrari 458 Speciale, Ferrari's new 488 Pista has been derived almost entirely from the 488 Challenge racing car. With racing car aerodynamics and 711bhp, Ferrari say it's their most extreme road car to date - we find that we agree. What are your thoughts?
Jaguar's all-electric SUV is officially here! Offering some pretty incredible performance statistics - such as 400PS, 696nm of torque and a 0-62mph sprint of 4.8 seconds - it certainly seems to have been worth the wait. It also kept very similar styling to the initial concept, what more could you want?
Range Rover SV Coupé
The world's first full-size luxury SUV coupé has arrived. Strictly limited to just 999 examples, each and every two door Range Rover SV coupé is to be hand crafted by the very skilled team at Special Vehicle Operations. We're very keen on this new Range Rover's sleek silhouette, what are your thoughts?
Lamborghini Huracán Performante Spyder
Lamborghini's sensational Huracán Performante has taken one step further into the realms of extreme thanks to the removal of its roof. Capable of 0-62mph in just 3.1 seconds and a top speed of over 200mph, we can only imagine how that 5.2-litre V10 sounds without a roof in the way. One to watch out for.
McLaren Senna GTR Concept
Restricted from road use, McLaren's track-only version of their most extreme road car is now the fastest McLaren racing car ever made (outside of Formula One). Offering some unbelievable performance statistics, the new McLaren Senna GTR concept is definitely worthy of the GTR badge that it wears.
Mercedes-AMG GT Four-Door Coupe
The performance of a supercar and the versatility of a coupe - the new Mercedes-AMG GT Four-Door Coupe really is the best of both worlds. In its fastest guise, this sleek new coupe will reach 0-62mph in 3.2 seconds and still accommodate four people in complete luxury. Definitely one to read more about.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Porsche's sublime 911 GT3 RS has returned once again. Boasting around 80% of the downforce that is created by Porsche's GT3 racing car, the new Gen 2 991 GT3 RS is as close to a Porsche racing car as you can get on the road. We've been excited about this one for a while.
Now a standalone performance brand, CUPRA have kicked off their range with the new CUPRA Ateca. Delivering 296bhp and a low centre of gravity, the debut car to wear the new CUPRA badge promises SUV practicality and hot hatchback performance - the perfect combination?
The latest iteration of Volvo's V60 has been unveiled and it's stunning. Wearing Volvo's new design language, this next generation of V60 was launched on a family driveway to highlight its pedigree as a luxury and stylish family estate. You should certainly read more about this one.
This one's a bit out there, but we couldn't not include it. This is Pal-V Liberty, the world's first commercially available flying car. Production of the very strictly limited run starts soon but will see a lucky 90 people granted the ability to miss all of the rush hour traffic that we hate so much. The future of commuting?