The Premieres of Geneva 2013

We’re always thrilled to see what Geneva has to offer – whether it’s the long-awaited unveiling of the Enzo replacement, the public debut of the first production Disco Volante that we’ve been closely involved with for so long, or something entirely unexpected and new. Here are Classic Driver’s own, personal favourites from the 2013 Geneva Show.

Alfa Romeo 4C

Alfa Romeo was once a name to stir the blood of any serious sportscar enthusiast, but then it abandoned rear-wheel drive, withdrew from the U.S market, and left its fans to weep and wail. But wait… a new mid-engined, RWD ‘compact supercar’ of an Alfa Romeo will arrive in Geneva. read more >>

Alfa Romeo Gloria by IED

At the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show, a collaborative effort between Italian design students and the Alfa Romeo Style Centre will see classic Alfa design cues reinterpreted in a sleek saloon. read more >>

Aston Martin Jet 2+2 by Bertone

In advance of the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, word is out that Bertone will be taking the wraps off a shooting brake concept version of the Aston Martin Rapide. read more >>

Aston Martin Rapide S

Aston Martin has announced the Rapide S, soon to become the company’s most powerful four-door to date. Chief among the various tweaks and revisions is a power output increased by 17 per cent. read more >>

Bentley Flying Spur

Bentley has revealed details of the second-generation Continental Flying Spur ahead of the car's debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Revisions centre on a big hike in power, as well as improvements in styling and refinement. read more >>

Ferrari Sergio by Pininfarina

Pininfarina is using the Geneva Motor Show to showcase its ‘Sergio’ concept: a one-off barchetta, based on a Ferrari 458 and built to commemorate the achievements of its late chairman. read more >>


It’s official: Ferrari has finally announced the successor to the Enzo hypercar, and it’s arrived in the form of the unconventionally named ‘LaFerrari’. With a combined total of 950bhp from the electrically assisted 6.3-litre V12, it puts McLaren’s P1 firmly in the shade for round one of the face-off... read more >>

Lamborghini Veneno

For the second year in a row, Lamborghini will use the Geneva Motor Show to showcase a limited-numbers special based on its V12 flagship, the Aventador. Going by the name ‘Veneno’, the new car celebrates the marque’s golden jubilee by placing focus on aerodynamic efficiency... read more >>

McLaren P1

McLaren has released full details of the P1 hypercar, ahead of its Geneva showdown with the Ferrari Enzo successor LaFerrari. Here’s what you need to know about the wonder from Woking. read more >>

Porsche 911 GT3

Alongside the many exciting premieres at this year’s Geneva Show, Porsche has revealed the latest iteration of what many connoisseurs consider to be the greatest driver’s car ever: the 911 GT3. read more >>

Rolls-Royce Wraith

Since early this year, Rolls-Royce has been releasing a series of ‘teaser’ images of the new Wraith – a smokily insubstantial Spirit of Ecstasy, a spectral hint of its outline, a mysterious sketch of its silhouette. But at last, at Geneva, the “most dynamic and powerful Rolls-Royce in history” has been fully unveiled. read more >>

Text: Classic Driver