Am I allowed to put in an entry now?
I mean technically yes, but don’t. I suggest you wait til at the very least the week before.
Oh hecc yes
On March 5th, Kimura will officially reveal the next generation of their electric vehicle: the Lemaitre. Heavily inspired by the first-generation Kimura Auburn and named after the Georges Lemaître, the Lemaitre will prove to be the most important EV Kimura has ever made, maintaining the dynamic control that has defined the brand whilst making huge leaps for EV technology.
Honghu Automotive Association
Honghu and Jinhe will be showing off an array of new vehicles for the Geneva Motor Show, including the redesigned Jinhe GC, formerly the Grand Chariot, and the all-new Honghu 8x8c.
Canadian Motors will be showing off an array of new vehicles for the Geneva Motor Show, including the redesigned Valor VT95 and all new Cobra. We’ll be seeing you there.
Keen eyed Motoring Journalists noticed some activity on Verna Automotive’s Twitter and Facebook pages.
A single image and a caption was all that was posted.
Good things do come in small packages. Geneva, 2019.
It looks cute, but is clearly dated - any claims about it being “a new standard in MPVs” are doubtful at best unless it has some clever engineering underneath the skin.
Geneva Motor Show Pre-Show Coverage
Excited? Let’s begin.
- Kimura is planning for their next-gen electric vehicle, and they named it after the famous mathematician Georges Lemaître (pretty weird for a car) and they took inspiration from the first-gen Auburn. No pics of the car was shown yet, but I wish it will be as good as the original Auburn.
- AL Autos will release a new luxury car named as the Aurum, and judging on the looks I have no idea why AL use such edgy design into a new car. At least they claim it will be more luxurious.
- CONFIRMED: SPAF isn’t going to this year’s Geneva Motor Show. We wish they will get their releases in a better condition next year.
- Tanaka’s new car has no major info, but it seems that it will be some new supercar. Maybe I was wrong tho, but I’m sure it certainly looks like one.
- After changing their logo Ursula then went to made an advert about the upcoming F5 coupe. We have seen loads of spy pics of the car, but this murky ad doesn’t seems like to be some great news either.
- Retronix is also announcing two tasty sport cars in this show. But I can’t really prove anything about it tho.
- After the splendid launch of the Pandora in the NAIAS, this time Kyoki might did a oopsie on the new design of it’s EC-02. “Kyoki, please, that’s edgy as [censored], can you make it tamer?” - Ed.
- The Kaze will be “as fine as wine”, quoted Aria. Hopefully the wine doesn’t end up as grape juice instead.
- Honghu will showcase two new cars, and both does look great. Ursula may shit their pants if Honghu show these, but only time would tell.
- On the other hand, Canadian Motors has just announced two cars will be released in Geneva. And I can’t see any reason why these cars look like some sort of riced up.
- The uncreatively named “New Car” is going to be Blaire’s newest release. Honestly, the name would halve their chance to succeed tho. UPDATE: Blaire’s representative told us that the New Car name is used on the car since '84. But we still don’t know why the car has a pretty generic name.
- Verna Automotive spammed FB and Twitter just to promote their new car, with only a picture and some quote. But bigger doesn’t mean better right? We’ll wait.
- “The King is Back” - Sakura Automotive, claiming their new car will beat the shit out of it’s competitors (2019)
- After 10 years, Corsica has finally released cars to Europe again (yay). But why they picked a unoriginal coupe and a muscle car as their candidates to diesel-sipping, hatchback-loving Europe?
And we make an end to the highlights for the Geneva Motor Show. There’s more to come, and we will be (literally) in Geneva this March for the live coverage of the announcements!
Restez à l’écoute! (“Stay tuned!” if you’re bad in French)
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