The 675LT will have a top speed of 33kph (205 mph). It will reach 100kph (62 mph) in just 2.9 seconds. The car can reach 200kph (124 mph) in 7.9 seconds. The lightning-fast acceleration times come from the powerful engine combined with lightweight components. McLaren engineers shaved 220 pounds off the vehicle compared with the current 650S sports coupe. McLaren says the 675LT weighs 1,230kg (2,711 pounds).
The Mercedes-Maybach Pullman will target chauffeur-driven wealthy buyers with features such as a luxury leather interior, four seats in the rear cabin that face each other and a partition window that turns opaque at the press of a button.The six-seat stretch limousine is Mercedes-Maybach's second model and is positioned above the Mercedes-Maybach S600. Both cars are based on the S-class sedan. Prices for the Maybach Pullman will start at 500,000 euros ($570,000) with the first deliveries scheduled for early next year.
The Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake wagon will have its second public outing in Europe after it was unveiled at the Brussels auto show in January and shown to selected journalists at the Detroit auto show.
Mitsubishi will show the XR-PHEV II plug-in hybrid SUV concept that likely previews the next-generation ASX, the automaker’s best-selling vehicle in Europe. The concept also previews a new, bolder design language that is about “80 percent to 90 percent close to reality,” the automaker said.
Nissan will unveil the Sway concept car that likely previews the next Micra subcompact. Before the Sway's Geneva debut, Nissan would only say that the concept demonstrates “how a future generation of small Nissans could look.”
General Motors is pulling Chevrolet from Europe at the end of this year because of slow sales, but it hopes the new entry-level Opel Karl will attract former Chevy buyers in the region. The Karl uses the GM small-car platform that also will underpin the next Chevy Spark.
Porsche adds a GT model to the Cayman coupe range for the first time. The Cayman GT4 gets 385 hp from its 3.8-liter flat-six engine sourced from the Carrera S.
Chinese automaker Qoros plans a European debut for its third model, the Qoros 3 compact SUV, which went on sale in China in December. The SUV likely will join the Qoros 3 compact sedan and hatchback, which are already on sale in Slovakia, the automaker's European pilot market. Qoros did not say when the SUV will go on sale in Slovakia
The Kadjar will join the booming compact crossover segment alongside the Nissan Qashqai, with which it shares 60 percent of its underpinnings. The Kadjar is slightly longer and wider than the Qashqai. IHS Automotive predicts that the Kadjar will become Europe's No. 3-selling compact SUV after the Qashqai and VW Tiguan.