2013 Geneva Motor Show: What to Expect

Geneva's 83rd annual motor show is just around the corner. If you weren't already aware, it should be quite epic. Ferrari, Lamborghini, Volkswagen, Chevrolet; each have all got something special lined up for the event. And while we most likely won't get to see each of these vehicles unveiled until March 5th, we've had enough touting and teasing since then to paint a better picture of what we can expect. Alfa Romeo 4C

2013 Geneva Motor Show: What to Expect

Here at last, here at last- Alfa Romeo is finally coming back to the U.S. thanks to some help from Chrysler. And with its return, comes signature Alfa lines in the form of the 4C. The companies all-new mid-engined sportscar is the epitome of Alfa design. A sharp front end paired to a signature grille and wheels, it's everything you've ever wanted in an Italian sportscar. Also, a turbocharged flat-4 expected to harness near 300-hp is a nice touch. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible

2013 Geneva Motor Show: What to Expect

We've already seen the new Stingray (like a million times), and now as we patiently wait for the convertible, Z06 and ZR1 variants, the first of three will be officially unveiled in Geneva. Ferrari F150

2013 Geneva Motor Show: What to Expect

Like the Porsche 918 and McLaren P1, the Ferrari F150 will undoubtedly  become the brands high-powered, ultra-luxurious halo car. Early power figures suggest near the 1,000-hp mark through the use of a V12 and F1 style KERS system. GTA Spano

2013 Geneva Motor Show: What to Expect

Not to be outdone, Spain's GTA is looking to show off its 900-hp Spano to Swiss onlookers. The previous generation Spano was just shy of the 800-hp mark, but was credited last year in Geneva as one of the best in show. Hoping to build upon its momentum, GTA's new Spano should be a sight for sore eyes. KTM X-Bow GT
2013 Geneva Motor Show: What to Expect

Motorcycle manufacturer KTM only recently dipped its paws in the world of sportscar manufacturing. Their X-Bow, became an instant success similar to the likes of the Ariel Atoms and BAC Monos of the world. This year, the topless track car is covering up with a roof, windows and doors. Like a real car. Hopefully all the success of the first-gen X-Bow and the upcoming GT will translate into a successful future for the ambitious brand. Lamborghini V12 GT Car

2013 Geneva Motor Show: What to Expect

In honor of its 50th anniversary, Lamborghini is preparing an onslaught of new vehicles. Most anticipated is a Ferrari F12berlinetta-rivaling front-engine V12 car which very well may be its fastest model ever made. Spyker B6

2013 Geneva Motor Show: What to Expect

Dutch-born Spyker- coming off an unforeseen near bankruptcy- is hoping to get back on track with a more mainstream new vehicle; the B6. Taking note from the Porsch 911 among others, the B6 will be Spykers answer to the mid-engine sportscars of the world. Volkswagen XL1

2013 Geneva Motor Show: What to Expect

Volkswagen's XL1 may have been beaten by an ugly stick, but, the futuristic vehicle does return a world's best 261 mpg thanks to a lithium ion battery pack and an electric motor. The future is now people. All these plus many more are expected to make their debut when doors to the 2013 Geneva Motor Show open to the press on March 5th. PHOTOS: See more of the 2013 Geneva Motor Show

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