The Geneva Car Show has once again lived up to expectations, presenting the latest supercars on Tuesday (March 6) with Ferrari, MacLaren, Lamborghini, and Corbelatti all unveiling brand-new models.

The trend of the 2018 Car Show is undoubtedly SUV cars, but sports cars remain a highlight at the event, which was established in 1905.

Ferrari showed its 408, with 720 horsepower and the Senna of MacLaren with 800 horsepower was unveiled mid-day. But it was Italian carmakers Corbellati that broke all the records this year with its 1800 horsepower – 580 maximum speed “Missile”, becoming the most powerful and fastest car in the world.

Attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors, the show has been particularly tech-heavy this year, with electric cars taking centre stage.

The Geneva Car Show at the Palexpo Arena is open to the public from March 8-18.

Here we look at some highlights from the show.

 

Lamborghini Terzo Millennio concept car. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Renault EZ-GO. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Aston Martin Lagonda Vision Concept. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

The “pop.up next” concept by Audi, Airbus, and Italdsign. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Aston Martin Lagonda Vision Concept. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Ferrari 488 Pista. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

The new Bugatti Chiron. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

The new Chelsea Civilian 6×6. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

The new Toyota Auris Hybrid. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Bentley Bentayga. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Zerouno Duerta. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

The new I.D. Vizzion car model from Volkswagen. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

BMW M8. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

McLaren P15 Senna. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

LVCHI Auto Venere. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Skoda Vision X. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Hyundai Le Fil Rouge. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Honda Sport EV. PHOTO: REUTERS

 

Cupra e-Racer. PHOTO: REUTERS