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Four Wild Supercars and Other Fantastic Creations at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show


We found the some of the wildest rides at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Here’s our top four finds from this year’s show floor in Switzerland.

1. Corbellati Missile.
When you think of the fastest cars on Earth, you think Bugatti, Koenigsegg, and of course Corbellati. Who? Never heard of Corbellati? Neither have we, but the privately funded Italian startup is aiming its Missile (points for originality) at being the world’s fastest supercar with a terminal velocity of 500 kmh, or 310 miles per hour.

Motivation for the Missile is provided from a race-sourced, twin-turbo 9.0-liter V-8 with a paltry 1,800 horsepower. The car’s chassis is carbon fiber, as is its body. It’s the dream of the Corbellati family, and it’s just that, a dream. But hey, why not dream big?

2. Techart GrandGT Supreme.
We’re already big fans of the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo, and the Techart GrandGT Supreme takes an already killer machine to the proverbial next level thanks to a number of exterior enhancements, power upgrades, and a handcrafted interior.