The Hyper Car Geneva Motor Show 2017 Preview: Popular Autobrand’s New Models and Pre-Show Information That Everyone Should Know

Mar 06, 2017 09:41 PM EST | Hannah Jill

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The 87th Geneva Motor Show 2017 is getting very popular because of the car line-up that will grace the show. Indeed, 2017 is another year for all car enthusiasts to enjoy, as the biggest and the most prestigious motor show in Europe is almost here. Each hypercar that will be featured in the show is not only expensive but also undeniably powerful. Here are the important details car fans need to know about the show.  

The Geneva Motor Show has been active since 1905 and currently takes place every year at the Geneva's Palexpo Exposition Centre. The motor show will kick off on 7 March 2017 with the first two days for the press and actual event will start on the 9th of March and will run for 10 days until 19th of March. The tickets are still on sale as of this writing.

A new incredible collection of newly produced cars and concept cars are expected to be the highlight of the event, though, in the past years, surprises are always a possibility in any day of the event. According to Autoexpress article, some of these much-awaited cars the new Renault Alpine A110, SEAT's all-new Ibiza supermini, the Range Rover Velar SUV and the facelift of Nissan Qashqai. Another much-awaited revelations include the release of its Honda Civic Type R, the 2018 Lexus LS 500h and Ferrari 812 Superfast which can run up to 789 horsepower.

One of the highlights of the Geneva Motor Show would be from the fast auto brand Mclaren as mentioned in the CNET article, Mclaren is about to uncover their first supercar, the revamped Super Series, which includes the 570S, 570GT, 650S, and 675LT. Mercedes will also release their Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet with an off-road capability of a tank and Lamborghini Huracan Performance, with an improved V10 engine.

Tickets to the Geneva Motor Show 2017 cost from 16 Swiss francs ($15.82 )for the adult and 9 francs ($8.90) for children from 6-16, disabled visitors and pensioners. Group discounts can also be avail for 11 francs per every group of 20 people.

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