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The coolest new super cars of the Geneva Motor Show 2016

We're sorry to break it to you, but you're almost certainly never going to drive a single one of these cars.

Shown off in the cavernous halls of the Geneva Motor Show 2016, these dream machines are for the one per cent - the capitalist fat cats and footballers of this world who are happy to throw a few million at an investment that depletes in value the moment you drive it home. But good lord are they good looking...

From a new Bugatti to the latest Aston Martin, feast your eyes on the coolest super cars of the year.



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