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Geneva motor show stars of 2012

Here's a selection of the best cars from the 2012 Geneva motor show, hand-picked by Octane.

Geneva motor show stars of 2012

Arguably the biggest and most important motor show of the year, the Geneva Auto Salon once again treated the world to a number of significant new car launches. Here are just some of Octane's favourites...


Lamborghini Aventador J

Want some excitement in your life? It doesn't get much better than chopping the roof off a Lamborghini Aventador...




Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Ferrari's range overhaul for the 2010s is complete with the arrival of the sublime F12 Berlinetta. And at Geneva, it stole the show.




Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse

Is this the Veyron's last hurrah? Bugatti still clearly produces the most amazing new car of them all.




RUF Porsche Rt35

RUF celebrates 35 of being in business by debuting its latest 991-based car. Looks good alongside the original car, too...



Pagani Zonda R

More Zonda Rs are to be built - and we're more than happy about that.




Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II

Cosmetic improvements for Rolls-Royce's range-topping Phantom. But there's so much more.




Bentley EXP 9F

Love it or hate it, there's no denying the Bentley SUV made quite an impact at Geneva.




Aston Martin V12 Zagato

The Aston Martin V12 Zagato makes its European debut.





Jaguar XF Sportbrake

Jaguar's first estate car since the ill-starred X-Type is elegant and should deliver even more sales.




AC 378 GT Zagato

The AC Cars stand featured a new Zagato designed Coupe, as well as some ambitious future plans...



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