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Best of 2013 Geneva Motor Show (part 2)

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Today we’re continuing our look at the best of 2013 Geneva Motor Show reveals.

Honda Civic Tourer concept

The front end of the Tourer concept mirrors the design of the ninth-generation Honda Civic hatch, coupled with C-pillar-mounted rear doors handles, aggressive-looking bumpers an dmuscular wheel arches, the sporty and very agile-looking Honda Civic Tourer will debut in its production orm at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

Kia Provo concept

The technology-packed Kia Provo concept was a surprise to many, especially thanks to its edgy coupe-style design, which clearly shows that the Korean brand is going after the Mini.

The concept also debuts Kia’s new seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox as well as a 150kW 1.6-litre turbocharged four-cylinder-based hybrid drive train and an all-wheel-drive system that can allow for only the rear-wheel-drive to operate.

Lamborghini Veneno

This is the company’s fastest and most exclusive supercar yet, only three of them have been sold to owners who have agreed to part with 3 million Euros – plus taxes, in order to celebrate half a century of Lamborghini. The monsters is loaded with a 552kW 6.5-litre V12 which ensures that the drivers will be pinned to their seat for the 2.8 seconds required by the Veneno to reach 100km/h, and with a top speed of 355km/h, that surge won’t stop any time soon either.

McLaren P1

The McLaren P1 is Britain’s way of keeping the Italian supercars in check, with the new hybrid-powered supercar which features a 673kW/900Nm.

The P1 sprints from 0 to 100km/h in less than three seconds and can go up to an electronically limited top speed of 350km/h. But with the earlier stats the thing could clearly go faster than that.

Mitsubishi GR-HEV concept

The GR-HEV stands for Grand Runner Hybrid Electric Vehicle, and this is by far Mitsubishi’s biggest hint as to the future design direction that the future generation of the Mitsubishi Triton ute is going to go with.

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