The first week of March is traditionally reserved for the annual Geneva International Motor Show. Where other, similar events are now increasingly snubbed by major manufacturers, the prestigious Geneva Motor Show very much remains a set fixture. It is the one occasion where the major manufacturers line up alongside specialist companies like supercar builders, design houses and tuners. As a result everybody is on top of their game, which in turn helps the Geneva Motor Show preserve its unique status. The 2015 edition was certainly no exception and much more than in years past new high-performance sports cars seemed to outnumber the sensible, green cars. As a fine compromise, the most extreme of all the world premieres, the 1,500+ hp Koenigsegg Regera, combined a bit of both worlds as it features three electric motors alongside the conventional internal combustion engine.