2016 Geneva International Motor Show – Part 2: The come backs

I’ve been going to the Geneva Motor Show for almost as long as I know that I have a passion for cars. This year, though, was special. As mentioned in the first part, the last couple of shows did feel as exciting to me as they used to. This year however, I felt as though … More 2016 Geneva International Motor Show – Part 2: The come backs

2016 Geneva International Motor Show – Part 1: Industry trends

Introduction – On neutral ground So, the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show at the Palexpo exhibition center closes it’s doors at the end of this weekend. Although I consider myself as a regular visitor of the show, I got a bit bored in recent years: Lots of people, lots of noise, it’s always hot and … More 2016 Geneva International Motor Show – Part 1: Industry trends

Autobau Erlebniswelt Romanshorn – Part 1: Introduction

From alcohol to fuel The brick buildings in which “Autobau” is located today belonged originally to the Federal Alcohol Administration in Romanshorn, Switzerland. In 1996, the Federation lost the exclusive right and a couple of years later the buildings were assigned to the town of Romanshorn. Fredy Lienhard, a Swiss entrepreneur as well as race … More Autobau Erlebniswelt Romanshorn – Part 1: Introduction

2012 Peugeot RCZ

The concept The RCZ started its life as one of many beautiful concept cars of Peugeot at the 2007 International Motor Show Germany – the IAA (Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung). Most of those concept cars never make it into production, but this one got such a good feedback and looked already production ready. So Peugeot made the … More 2012 Peugeot RCZ