Aston Martin DB11 – Car expert and writer Gareth Herincx highlights the cars, concepts and designs of note at this year's Geneva Motor Show.
First up, the Aston Martin DB11 -- a ground breaking unveiling for the British sportscar marque.
Ferrari GTC4LUsso – Some say it's a face-lifted Ferrari's FF shooting brake, but it's actually rather more than that. Let's face it, there surely isn't a more stunning four-seater?
Rinspeed Etos self-driving concept – Swiss tuner Rinspeed's self-driving concept with in-built drone is something else. The drone can take off and film you while you're driving.
Bugatti Chiron – The iconic Bugatti Veyron is a tough act to follow, but the Chiron manages it. Only 500 Chirons will be produced and no-one can doubt its combination of performance, luxury and exclusivity.
Maserati Levante – The Triton brand has finally unveiled its first crossover, or SUV, or whatever you want to call it. Not the prettiest Maserati ever, but you can't miss it.
Koenigsegg Regera – Simply put, it's probably the most awesome hybrid on earth. The Regera also comes standard with Apple CarPlay.
Rolls-Royce Black Badge range – Rolls-Royce is hoping to appeal to younger buyers with modified versions of the Rolls-Royce Ghost and Wraith. They even feature Spirit of Ecstasy figurines finished in black gloss.
Opel GT Concept – General Motors (Vauxhall in the UK, Opel in Europe) should make this futuristic pocket rocket as soon as possible.
McLaren 570GT – The most luxurious, practical McLaren ever is unleashed. (The Bowers & Wilkins 12-speaker audio system is optional.)
DS E-Tense Concept – DS is now Citroen's upmarket, standalone brand, and to succeed it need to make stunners like this truly avant garde electric sports car.
Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Limousine – This is quite simply the most luxurious Bentley ever built by the Crewe-based car maker. It's also massive: 3.3 feet longer and 3 inches taller than the standard Mulsanne.
Morgan EV3 – Only Morgan could get away with an electric three-wheeler with more than a hint of a cyclops about it.