With the doors for the Geneva Motor Show 2013 not opening to the public for another few days, the media will get to see what car manufactures have in store tomorrow. There are several models that we are looking forward to, such as the McLaren P1 and the new Ferrari. However, we also love to see what concept cars will thrill us at the show this year, although we have already seen these being teased.
Picking the best of these concept cars ready to make their debut at any auto show is always tough, and Geneva is no different. However, we feel we have found a handful of cars that we know you will love and wait in anticipation to see what all the fuss is about. What we mean by this is viewing the proposed spec details, along with several images to see just what certain car manufacturers have planned – if they ever make it to production that is.
First up we have the Toyota FT-86 Open concept, which will see its debut tomorrow. As always such a concept is being shown to gauge a reaction to see how well received this car will be. To help you decide you need to view the video we have embedded for you below.
Next up we have the Spyker B6 Venator concept, which you can see a teaser render of here. If we are to believe the rumors then we should expect this sporty little number to pack a V6 engine capable of producing 375 horsepower. We are also told that the B6 Venator will be very similar in size to the Porsche Boxster.
The Kia Provo concept has been made official in a preview showing ahead of the media day at Geneva tomorrow. This is a strange yet exciting vehicle because it is a hatchback that has a muscular coupe style, and it’s clear to see that this model will be all about the fun. Autoblog currently has limited details on the Kia Provo.
The most exciting concept vehicle for us ahead of the show has to be the Pininfarina Sergio because ofhow it will give us an insight into the direction the design house plan to go in. The image seen here is all we know at the moment, but it feels us full of excitement. These are just a selection of the concept vehicles heading to Geneva, but there are far more to look forward to.
What vehicle are you most looking forward to seeing unveiled tomorrow?