The luxury car market has experienced an unprecedented boom in recent years and, if this year’s Geneva Motor Show is anything to go by, it is only set to grow further and further.
Although a wide range of new models have been unveiled at the world’s premier motor show in Switzerland, it is the hypercars from renowned brands such as Bugatti, Ferrari and Aston Martin that have captured the imagination of automotive enthusiasts.
With thousands of vehicles jostling for attention, Elite Traveler has selected just five top supercars that have piqued our interest during the event.
Ferrari F8 Tributo
The Ferrari F8 Tributo is a mid-engined V8 supercar expected to go into limited production in 2020. Notably, it is set to be the last non-hybrid mid-engined Ferrari, but as it’s their fastest-ever V8, they can at least say they are going out with a bang.
The twin-turbo 3.9-liter engine produces a notable 711 bhp and will sprint from 0 to 62 mph in just 2.9 seconds, going on to reach a top speed of 211 mph. However, as is always the case with Ferraris, it was the typically beautiful styling that caught admiring glances when the veil was lifted.
Price information is not yet available, but interested parties should expect to pay in the region of $300,000 to get their hands on what is likely to be the last of its breed.