Geneva Motor Show 2014 Live: Toyota
The Toyota stand had a main premiere that could be admired at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show – the second generation of the mini class model: the new Toyota Aygo. It is the third brother from the triplet models built together with the French from PSA, but this time the triplets are no longer identical. Each has its own personality, and Toyota seems to have taken all the cream with this new Aygo that can be customized as the future owner pleases.
Geneva Motor Show 2014 Live: Honda
Honda has attracted visitors like bees to honey exposing the concept of the new Honda Civic Type-R. Although it comes with the concept title, what we could see at the Honda stand here at Geneva Motor Show 2014 is very close to the production model. 2015 Honda Civic Type R – the new generation – introduces the first VTEC Turbo engine of 280 horsepower.
Geneva Motor Show 2014 Live: Mazda
Mazda amazed the 2014 Geneva Motor Show bringing the new Hazumi concept. Take a good look at it because this will be the source of inspiration for the next generation Mazda2. Hazumi looks great and we wouldn’t even mind if the new Mazda2 will look the same. For more details, follow the link: Mazda Hazumi concept.
Geneva Motor Show 2014 Live: Suzuki
Suzuki didn’t have too much novelties, their star being the new Celerio. Yes, it has a weird name, but is the new mini-class Suzuki. Suzuki Celerio replace the Spartan model Alto and looks decent enough to attract customers interested in this class. The propulsion will be provided by a three cylinder 1.0-liter petrol engine, capable of developing 68 horsepower at 6000 rpm and a only 90 Nm of torque at 3500 rpm. Resources are sent to the front axle via a 5-speed manual transmission or a 5-speed automatic transmission.
Geneva Motor Show 2014 Live: Subaru
Subaru had a pretty discreet profile at this edition Geneva Motor Show. They brought a new concept called Viziv 2, different from the one exhibited before. Subaru Viziv 2 Concept wants to be an oxymoron on four wheels, managing to combine the seemingly opposing elements such as environmental protection and dynamic performances, respectively design and utility. All this is happening at the highest level, according to Subaru, the new Viziv 2 Concept being a plug-in hybrid SUV with all-wheel drive, futuristic design and an efficient powertrain. In addition, The automobile manufacturing division of Japanese transportation conglomerate Fuji Heavy Industries unveiled the new 2015 Subaru WRX STI, a car that still makes us dream. Read all the details after the jump: 2015 Subaru WRX STI.
Geneva Motor Show 2014 Live: Mitsubishi
Nothing new at the Mitsubishi stand from Geneva Motor Show 2014, because Outlander PHEV was already known, only a long series of concepts that seem inspired from a Transformers movie.
Geneva Motor Show 2014 Live: Nissan
The most active Japanese car manufacturer at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show was Nissan. They brought the 2015 Nissan Juke, the odd crossover getting a facelift to extend its commercial success. You do not change a successful recipe. This seems to be the motto that guided the Nissan designers when they drew the Juke’s facelift. Along with the 2015 Nissan Juke came the new Nissan Juke Nismo, but also the very powerful Nissan GT-R Nismo. The Japanese already announced that a Nissan GT-R Nismo with full-options package will cost just under $200,000. Deliveries already started at the end of February on the Japanese market and only a few months later in the United States and Europe. More info after the jump: Nissan GT-R Nismo.