Today, the first 2016 specification Formula 1 cars have been revealed. Grabbing the most attention was the Ferrari SF16-H, which represents a considerable departure from its predecessor. The aerodynamics have been comprehensively revised and a switch has been made from a pull-rod to push-rod front end. The most obvious difference is the all-white air-box, most famously used on the 1975 World Championship winning Ferrari 312 T. For the occasion, we have added more images to one of the three chassis featured, which was demonstrated at Goodwood last year.
Representing a more subtle evolution is the Williams FW38 Mercedes. Carrying over much of the outgoing FW37, it has been refined to address the weak spots of the 2015 car, which included handling at low speeds. We expect more F1 cars to break cover ahead of the start of testing on Monday, so keep an eye on this page.
Volvo, meanwhile, debuted the fabulous V90 estate at a special launch in Stockholm ahead of the official Geneva debut. Building on 60 years of estate experience, the V90 shares its underpinnings with the S90 sedan that broke cover in Detroit last month. The range-topping T8 is powered by a 402 bhp hybrid drivetrain.
Another hybrid to be unveiled in Geneva is this Lexus LC 500h, we already announced a few days ago. Lexus have now revealed more images and details. It will be powered by a 3.5-litre V6, which is mated to an electric motor. The so called 'Multi Stage Hybrid System' produces a combined 354 bhp and drives the rear wheels through a four-speed, automatic gearbox.

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2016 Ferrari SF16-H - Images, Specifications and Information

1975 - 1976 Ferrari 312 T - Images, Specifications and Information

2016 Lexus LC 500h - Images, Specifications and Information

2016 Volvo V90 T8 - Images, Specifications and Information

2016 Williams FW38 Mercedes - Images, Specifications and Information