The Hispano Suiza Carmen has made its debut this week at the 2019 Geneva motor show.
The Carmen features two electric motors, one for each rear wheel, making a total of 750kW of power. Thanks to body panels and monocoque made from carbon-fibre, the Carmen is said to weigh just 1690 kilograms.
Hispano Suiza says the Carmen is capable of completing the 0-100km/h dash in under 3.0 seconds, with a top speed of 250km/h.
Bugatti La Voiture Noire: $17.6 million hypercar unveiled
The Bugatti La Voiture Noire has been unveiled on the second press day of the 2019 Geneva motor show, complete with the largest price tag ever affixed to a new car.
La Voiture Noire, literally The Black Car, is said to be inspired the Type 57 SC Atlantic designed by Jean Bugatti, son of the company's founder Ettore Bugatti. Only four Atlantic coupes were made, with three still in existence.
Fiat has revealed the Concept Centoventi at the Geneva motor show, a modular electric vehicle designed to shake up the way we buy and specify cars.
Built under the 'ABC' formula of car design – that's Affordable But Cool, apparently – the Centoventi is something of a blank canvas waiting to be customised. Pictured here in subtle white-on-grey, theoretical buyers are able to choose between four roof, bumper, wheel and wrap designs to create their own vehicle.
2020 Mazda CX-30 unlikely to have an entry-level model
The just-unveiled Mazda CX-30 is unlikely to be offered with a true base or entry model when it arrives in Australian showrooms in 2020.
The company’s new model structure follows on from revamped pricing of the latest Mazda 3, which also no longer offers a stripped-back entry-level model.
Last in, best dressed? Ferrari says its first-ever SUV will be the world’s best even though it will be among the last to join the party.
In an interview with international media at this week’s Geneva motor show, Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri said, “We announced that it would be launched in 2022, that hasn’t changed”.