Autocar Performance Show 2014 gallery
The Bentley Flying Spur V8 is as luxurious as ever, and also gets engine tech to improve efficiency.
No dearth of bhp here. That's the Nissan GT-R flanked by the Aventador and the Chevrolet Corvette.
The Triumph stall had the Street Triple, Dytona 675, Rocket III Roadster, Thruxton and the Bonneville.
BMW Motorrad showcased some of the most powerful, expensive bikes money can buy.
Not much introduction needed here - the Duke 200 and 390. These nakeds from KTM have already taken our markets by storm.
KTM had all four of their models on display - the Duke and RC siblings.
Benelli has revealed its entire India lineup, and DSK is expected to launch it in January 2015.
The first model with the scorpion badge in India, the Fiat 500 Abarth.
Hyundai's flagship sedan, the Genesis, is on its way to India.
BMW recently launched this M4 Coupe in India, and yes, it is as much about performance, as it is about the looks.
Did you think a smaller engine would take anything away from the Bentley Continental GT's aura?
The Huracan drips Italian flair and carries Lamborghini's typical sci-fi design.
BMW's 6-series Gran Coupe comes across as a more stylish alternative to the conventional 7-series sedan.
One of the concept bikes Mahindra had on display - the JC Moto.
Executive Modcar Trendz has built this Batmobile based on the Mercedes S-class.
JA Motorsport has created this one-off Super Nano, and it makes around 230bhp from its 1.3-litre engine.
The race-ready cabin of the Super Nano.
You'll never face an issue of not knowing when this custom Royal Enfield will run out of fuel.
Rage Motorsport with its buggies on display.
Ferrari, four seats, four-wheel drive. The FF is the sportcar maker's tourer model.
Arguably, the Lamborghini with the richest legacy - the Gallardo.
This is exactly the kind of setting, the Thar likes to call home - the Mahindra 4x4 Zone.
It's the SsangYong Rexton's turn now to try and tackle what the 4x4 Zone throws at it.
The Maruti stall had its newest offering - the Ciaz, flanked by the Swift and the Alto K10.
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