People, who were eager to check out the most recent cars with electric engines, as well as flamboyant gas guzzling supercars, slid behind the wheels of their dream cars on Thursday, at the 81st Geneva Auto Show.
The show is scheduled to end on Mar. 13 and till now, the chief attraction of the show has been Volkswagen's Bull, which was loved by hippies in the 1970s and Hyundai's i40 D-class, which is more popular as an affordable luxury station wagon.
The most expensive and the luxurious segment included Lamborghini and Ferrari. Lamborghini launched the sixth generation of its V12 engines, and Ferrari came with FF for the first time.
Porsche released a fuel efficient sports car, with its hybrid version of the Panamera.
Volkswagen’s Bull was the centre of attraction