The show might not have gone on, but it should be known that there was just too much sundry weirdness, combined with many exceptional debuts, to ever be forgotten at the Geneva 2020. In this article, you can read more about the greatest bits of the greatest show that never happened.
Aston Martin V12 Speedster – One of The Geneva 2020 Stars
Do you find yourself having bucket loads of money, a significant other that is not much of a conversationalist, and a penchant for track days? If the answer to all those questions is yes, then you found the car for yourself. With a 5.2 liter, split Barchetta seating, a V12 engine, and space for two helmets, this is a proper track toy you can surely enjoy.
Let’s not get bogged down in anything hyper-pricey, hypercar-ish, and hyped in overall. At this event, people had the chance to pinch the cheeks of the new Fiat 500 with an all-electric engine. People think that it looks great because it looks like the first of the new breed that was produced in 2007. It also looks amazing because it looks like the original from the year 1957.
You might find this strange but this model is a heavily re-engineered version of the homage-to-Isetta we drove a prototype of years ago. Since then, it has been improved in almost every way one could think of.
How do you demonstrate that your vehicle is the future of mobility? With a style that dates from 1909, obviously. However, while it might look like the perfect conveyance for the kind of person who has a remarkable pipe collection and insists on wearing a flat cap and tweed, even in the hottest days of the summer, it’s actually a pretty good idea. It’s an electric bike with a 36 mph top speed and a 75-mile range.