A motor show happened in Geneva this week, called the Geneva Motor Show. You may have heard about it.
Principally because after all the waiting, we finally got to see the successor to the most famous speed machine of recent times: the Bugatti Chiron. Headline figures of 1,479bhp and a 261mph top speed secure it firmly in the pantheon of properly fast stuff, but it’s the detail – and potential – that really amazes.
Yes, the tuning fraternity was out in force again, and this year – as in many other years – provided a huge chunk of stuff that you really need to see. There were wings, many colours and huge, kerbable alloy wheels.
Be honest, it’s what you want to see, right? Click forth, brave TopGear.commer…