New British startup will be revealing its retro-inspired mystery machine at Geneva.
This year's Geneva Motor Show is sounding more exciting every day. We're expecting to finally see the reveal of the Renault Alpine A120 sports car, and this week we learned that Singapore will be debuting its first ever hypercar. Also debuting its first car will be Eadon Green, with the reveal of the Black Cuillin Grand Touring. Don't worry, we hadn't heard of them either until today. Heading over to the manufacturer's website reveals next to nothing either, other than a teaser image and a countdown clock pointing to a reveal date of March 9. Mysterious.
Media members will be getting access to photos, specs and the history behind the Black Cullin's inspiration, conception and design at Geneva on March 9, which is handy since nothing is known about the mystery machine right now. However, doing some online digging reveals that Eadon Green is a British company based in London which was registered in October 2016. It also reveals that Eadon Green is a luxury car maker inspired by the likes of old companies like Delahaye and Delage, which produced cars from the early 1900s to the 1950s - you can certainly see the influence in the Black Cuillin's retro styling. Call us intrigued.