The Aston Martin V12 Zagato is the latest in a long line of collaborations between the British automaker and Italian design house. Only 150 of the $540,000 12-cylinder coupes will be sold.
Spain's economy may be in the pits, but it sure knows how to make a supercar. The GTA Spano has an 840 hp 8.3-liter V10 (Dodge Viper, anyone?) and can get to 62 mph (a nice round 100 kph) in 2.9 seconds. Little steel was harmed in its construction, as it is made from titanium, kevlar and carbon fiber. The price of the latest GTA has not been announced but will likely approach Spain's GDP.
With a 730 hp V12 under that long hood, the front-engined F12 is the most powerful Ferrari ever sold and has a top speed of over 211 mph.
The Lamborghini Aventador J is one of a kind, as in only one was built. The roofless and winged road rocket will be sold to the most interested party.
While it may not be in the same league as some of the supercars at the show, the all-new Boxster is more powerful than the old one, sexier than ever, and you might actually be able to afford it.
The Range Rover Evoque is already the hottest crossover on road, so why not drop the top? Like it or not, Land Rover will likely put it into production for less than $50,000.
It's been on the road since 2003, but the Rolls Royce Phantom is still the belle of the most exclusive balls. Nevertheless, the doyenne of luxury cars has had a little work done, mostly around the eyes where it now features full LED lighting. There's also a new 8-speed automatic transmission for improved fuel economy. Even the one percent of the one percent need too do their part.
Because its super-size sedans aren't already large enough, Bentley is thinking about adding an SUV to its lineup. If built (and something like it surely will be) the EXP 9 F will be powered by a 600 hp W12 engine and have a top speed of over 180 mph. If nothing else, getting the kids to polo practice is about to get a lot more luxurious.
High end cars are always the stars at the Geneva Motor Show.