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2008 Geneva Motor Show


2008 Geneva Motor Show

Welcome back for the 2008 Geneva Motorshow! Officially open August 28th to September 4th.

Press days run from to August 28th to September 1st. You must reveal your cars on or before these press days.

Automotive press is welcome to review the show and participating company entries. Teasers, Pre-show reveals, engine reveals, and modified cars are all encouraged.

Concepts or pre-production models from 2008 by any nationality is welcome. The next show likely will not take place in the 00’s, so take advantage of this venue for your new 00’s creations.


The Hampton Motor Group will be there once again, either with a completely new model or a variant of an existing one.


Blaire and Taimania will be showcasing two new cars for the Geneva Motor Show.


We have cars. See you soon.


Gatto’s entries for the 2008 Geneva Motor Show are all there to give you the biggest Neofelis Experience you could ever dream of!

Neofelis P9 GattoWorks R

The 9th generation of the Neofelis, reaching the peak of GT cars with the best of Swiss quality.
Powered by a 3.5L V6 capable of over 570hp, the 9th generation of Gatto’s longest-living sports car is a performance beast, with a registered top speed of over 320km/h, achievable in the best of European luxury and the best of safety, like all other Gatto products

Neofelis P9 SM and HSM
Gatto Motors has decided to also show a SM (Silent Mobility) and HSM (Hydrogen Silent Mobility), making the new Neofelis the current leader in ecologic performance

Gatto Motors, For Everyone, For You


SuoKanAu Suomia TTR Concept
After 16 years, SuoKanAu is finally back in business, ready to revolutionize the inexpensive car market once again, in the typical Finnish style, of course.

The Suomia is SuoKanAu’s new car for 2008, presented here in the high-performance TTR edition.
Since TTR stands for TurboTron (an advanced electronic turbo management system developed by SuoKanAu in the 80’s), the new Suomia features a turbocharged “SU TurboTech 2.0 TTR” 2.0L, inline-4 unit capable of 265hp and 276Nm.
(Note: the production Suomia probably won’t look like this)

SuoKanAu, Spooling up your life, once again


Mizuiro’s debut at the prestigious Geneva International Motor Show comes in the form of a hot hatch, albeit one endowed with a myriad of state-of-the-art features. The Mizuiro Kigaru is a car suited for city life that isn’t afraid to step out of its comfort zone.

The Kigaru uses a five-door design with retractable front door handles and a lack of external handles on the tailgate or rear doors; the former uses an electric release, while the handles of the latter are situated at the front of the door jambs. A pillarless clamshell door arrangement is used, wherein the two rear doors are hinged at the rear and open backwards. LED running lights and indicators have been incorporated into the headlights alongside HID projectors, while the pattern present in the all-LED taillights evokes the Kigaru’s bubbly personality.

Underlying said personality is an engine that combines Mizuiro’s tried-and-true inline-four formula with direct injection and a unique five-valve system in order to balance performance and fuel economy. This engine, a turbocharged 1.6-litre capable of 115 kW (154 hp), is coupled to a six-speed electronically controlled automatic gearbox with a manual mode. Both the front and rear axles use double-wishbone suspension, allowing for optimal handling and ride quality without the complexity of multilink suspension.

The Kigaru’s interior echoes the two-tone paint scheme seen on the exterior, with the headrests, ceiling, and upper pillars clad in orange and everything below in white or light grey. A heads-up display projects speed and navigation information onto the driver’s side of the lower windshield, in addition to the standard instrument cluster and 8" infotainment screen.

In addition, the Kigaru Concept Cup is a race-oriented version that has had every performance aspect of it refined, from roadholding and power to aerodynamics and weight.

Simply put, the Kigaru Concept isn’t just a car for city driving, but also a car for stretching your legs out on the open road.

—Mizuiro Motor Company press release

Promotional video.
Music is “Love & Peace” by KEMMEI ADACHI from the Gran Turismo 5 soundtrack.

Photos and Specifications


Engine: 1600 cc 20-valve inline-four, turbocharged, direct injection
Drivetrain: Front-engine, rear-wheel drive
Transmission: Six-speed electronically-controlled automatic with paddle shifters
Power: 115 kW (154 hp) @ 6600 RPM
Weight: 1184 kg (2610 lb) (57/43 F/R)
Seats: 4 (2 front, 2 rear)


Engine: 1600 cc 20-valve inline-four, turbocharged, direct injection
Drivetrain: Front-engine, rear-wheel drive
Transmission: Six-speed sequential with paddle shifters
Power: 184 kW (246 hp) @ 7400 RPM
Weight: 1004 kg (2213 lb) (56/44 F/R)
Seats: 1