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Old 03-13-2012, 10:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Top 10 Cars of the Geneva Motor Show


It certainly deserves a spot on the list of Top 10 Geneva Motor Show cars. Many would also agree it also deserves the last possible spot. And so here it is, the Bentley EXP 9 F concept.

Rather than a Continental GT styled swoopy looking crossover, Bentley's SUV concept is big, bold and brutish, taking styling from the brand's flagship Mulsanne, including a massive flat-fronted prow and some of the largest fog lights ever fitted to a vehicle.

Still, there's little doubt that it's excellently crafted and by all accounts appears near to production. Regardless of what it looks like, it's what it is that makes the EXP so important. If Bentley is to grow as a brand, especially in emerging markets, an SUV is what it needs.

Despite criticism, don't look for major changes to a production model. We overheard Bentley reps surveying numerous VIP guests about the car and all responded that they'd buy one right away.

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The next cool sportcar?

Morgan Electric Plus E Concept Revealed: 2012 Geneva Motor Show | AutoGuide.com News

I wonder what this will cost? Seems like the perfect combination, electric but with old English British style. They do have a conversion set up to replace the old Morgan engine and tranny with one of our very own 2.4 ecotec with our 5 speed. Should we let them know the tranny rattles and cluncks!
Maybe not!

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If those are two of the top vehicles at the Geneva auto show, the future for automobiles looks pretty bleak.
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Death of the SUV's ?

And now for something completely different:

6. Range Rover Evoque Convertible

Really a top down land rover, for the outback I guess?


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