At world’s largest automobile show in Geneva, every participating car is wondering to become the show stopper. However, only one of these will be awarded with ‘The Star Car’ title. I have taken several conspicuous coupes into my consideration to choose the best of all.
The most talked about car of 2014 Geneva Motor Show is the 2015 Lamborghini Huracan. This coupe is a new generation replacement for retiring Lamborghini Gallardo and has recorded the highest number of visitors so far. Another attraction in the supercar segment is McLaren 650S, a new addition in the McLaren’s limited lineup.
In the compact sports car segment, all eyes are set on the arcade of Audi AG, showcasing the new Audi TT Coupe Quattro in the main position. Although TT hasn’t undergone major modifications, it did derive certain elements from other Audi models. In the same performance segment, the Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari exhibited California T with folding hard-top.
Similarly, Citroen C4 Cactus tempted the audiences in compact utility vehicle segment. C4 was earlier a concept but is now all set to enter in the production phase. This would set a ground for other automakers to follow their visionary concepts. Hyundai and Volkswagen presented their own concepts in CUV segment with Intrado and T-ROC, respectively.
Although there are more than a few city cars unveiled at Geneva Palexpo, I found the Renault Twingo the most eye-catching. This rear-engine hatchback could be an excellent choice for teenagers, as their first car. Other aspirants competing with Twingo include Toyota Aygo with extreme customizations and Citroen C1 for European markets.
It is quite arduous to contrast the vehicles in diverse operating segments to choose the best among them. However, only one nominee can be capped with the Star Car title. I would recommend Audi TT, as it has the ability to satisfy the routine transportation needs of consumers offering decisive style and performance.
So, which car do you like the most?
Suhail is a journalist who loves everything about technology driven cars. He keeps a keen eye on the latest developments in automotive industry and shares the news as it breaks.
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