Friday, 4 March 2011 2:19 PM
You'd probably be hard pushed to pick a favourite new car or concept from the vast and packed halls of the 2011 Geneva Motor Show; the biggest the event has been for some years, now that we're peeking out of the recession. But if you had to pick a favourite, what would it be?
In part 1 of our TotallyMotor round-up we've got some supercar show-stars like the curvy Ferrari FF, the razor-sharp Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 and the supercar-looking, £40k bargain Alfa Romeo 4C. Any of these tickle your fancy?
My own personal favourite comes along in our next round-up chunk, however. It's the 'new Celica' from Toyota; the FT-86II. A front-engine, rear-driving, lightweight coupe like they used to make back in the day.
This MkII concept is getting pretty close to the production car look, and I think it's pretty fab. Can't wait to see what the aftermarket industry does with it when it eventually hits the city streets in 2012. Lots of carbon, big turbo and big rims for a start.
So, enjoy our round-up part 1 and we'll see you back for the rest of the good stuff - MINI Rocketman , Pagani Huayra and Mercedes SLK - in part 2 real soon.
By Daniel Anslow
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