Super Cars Dominate The Geneva Motor Show 2017 With Alpine, Jaguar and Vanda On The List

Feb 07, 2017 11:05 PM EST | Hannah Jill Jose

The Geneva Motor Show is the most prestigious in every motoring calendar that will happen on March 9-19, 2017 at the Palexpo Arena. This year's event will showcase new top of the line cars for the public unveiling. Let's see some of the cars heading for the show.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake. Known for its supercars, Jaguar will not disappoint their fans with its XF Sportbrake model. This supercar has an undeniable powerful engine under its hood. Its 380 HP, 3.0 Liter that can accelerate from 0-100 Kilometers per Hour in just 5.3 seconds. It can have a maximum speed of 250 km/h. Its state of the art Autonomous Braking System and Lane Departure Warning will help keep your travels safe and worry-free.

Vanda Dendrobium Hypercar. It is an electric powered engine that will give users a monstrous 1500 HP. Design Boom mentioned that its engine is so powerful that can accelerate up to 100 mph in just 2.6 seconds. Its battery can carry 90 to 100 kWh and can travel 240 miles. It can go up to 249 mph for its maximum speed. Car enthusiasts are excited to see this supercar since rumors about its release circulated last year.

Alpine A120. This Alpine model will be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show 2017. Auto Car reported that it would have a 250HP, 1.8 liters engine. A 2-speed automatic transmission for ease of shifting. It can accelerate from 0-62 mph in only 4.5 seconds. No other details are available, but a convertible model is on the table.

Land Rover Range Rover. This car is not only for comfortable driving but off roads as well. According to Car and Driver, it has a 254 HP, V6 engine under its hood. It can speed up to 60 mph in just 7.3 seconds. Its 8-speed automatic transmission coupled with its 4-wheel drive capability will guarantee a comfortable ride. It will also give you 29 to 29 miles for every gallon.


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