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Cars Here are the best high-tech cars from the Geneva Motor Show

13:25  12 march  2018
13:25  12 march  2018 Source:   msn.com

Citroen ditches Picasso badge

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You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. The Geneva Motor Show has thrown up some impressive pieces of technology which look certain to shape the future of the car .

We’ve paced the halls and taken a look at some of the most interesting and high - tech concepts to come from the 2018 Geneva Motor Show . Here they are .

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  Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio NRING editions heading for Geneva Alfa will take a variety of tweaked models to the showPerformance is unchanged, so both cars retain the 503bhp 2.9-litre twin-turbo V6 engine used by the respective standard variants. That means a top speed of 191mph and 0-62mph time of 3.9sec for the Giulia, and 176mph and 62mph in 3.8sec for the Stelvio.

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The Geneva Motor Show has thrown up some impressive pieces of technology that look certain to shape the future of the motoring industry – autonomous cars and even vehicles that can fly have appeared at this year’s show.

We’ve paced the halls and taken a look at some of the most interesting and high-tech concepts to come from the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Here they are.

PAL-V Liberty Flying Car

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The PAL-V Liberty Flying car features two engines – one for use on the road and one for the air.

It can switch between flying and driving mode in between five and 10 minutes, with prices starting at around $400,000 (around £287,000).

Audi – Italdesign pop.up next

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We’ve seen autonomous cars and we’ve seen flying cars – but this has to be one of the first times that we’ve seen the two combined.

Next-generation BMW 1 Series spotted with production lights

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This year's Geneva Motor Show is arguably the most tech -heavy to date, with the eye-watering performance figures traditionally touted by internal combustion engine supercars replaced by stats from vehicles sporting batteries and electric The best concept cars from the 2018 Geneva Motor Show .

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The pop.up next concept has been designed to transport people via both road and air, and features a two-seater ‘pod’, which can be attached to either a car or a flying module. It’s aim is to help solve congestion issues in urban areas.

Hyundai Nexo fuel cell

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Hyundai’s Nexo fuel cell vehicle makes its European debut at Geneva, and comes as the world’s first dedicated hydrogen-powered SUV. Capable of travelling close to 500 miles on a single tank, it also features autonomous capabilities.

Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion

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The fully autonomous Vizzion concept is the latest in Volkswagen’s I.D. range of cars, and is set to be available in 2022.

Though initially offered with conventional controls, the car is designed to be operated via augmented reality, gestures and voice commands.

Nissan IMx Kuro

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The IMx Kuro is an evolution on the IMx concept showcased at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. Now, it features a dark grey colour scheme but also, more importantly, a range of Nissan’s cutting-edge technologies, including Pro Pilot fully autonomous functionality.

New Bugatti Chiron-Sport set for Geneva Motor Show unveil

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It also gets Nissan’s brain-to-vehicle technology, which allows the car’s system to predict actions by monitoring the driver’s brainwaves.

Renault EZ-GO

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Renault’s EZ-GO is another electric autonomous concept to feature at Geneva – but this one has been created with ridesharing in mind. Inside, there’s a wide open cabin with space for up to six passengers. As it’s capable of Level 4 autonomy, there’s no need for a driver – and this makes for a more spacious interior.

Jaguar I-Pace

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Jaguar’s I-Pace is here to take on Tesla at its own game, offering up a close-to-300-mile all-electric range, as well as solid interior build quality. It’ll also hit 60mph in just 4.5 seconds.

It’s available to order now, with prices starting at £63,495.

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Polestar 1 production could double due to demand .
Polestar’s debut model, the hand-built plug-in Polestar 1, could have an extended run due to demand, the company’s COO has revealed. Polestar was appearing at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show as a standalone brand for the first time this year, where COO Jon Goodman told Auto Express that there were currently around 6,000 expressions of interest in the car, before a confirmed price has even been announced.

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