As the Geneva motor show rolls into town this week, we thought it might be fun to see how five of the show’s star cars from five years ago are faring on the used car market now that time and familiarity have played their part.
Hard work pays off. With luck, you’ll get out of a job what you put into it. If you’re a hardworking person, you’ll likely receive an opportunity to move up in the world. So maybe you’re moving on to something new, or you’re replacing someone who has left a position above you. Either way, moving up can be pretty awesome. So with your newly accepted promotion, you’ll want to spend your more generous new wages appropriately. So why not buy a new car, something that will really show the world your hard work has paid off (literally). People often say “you should dress for the job you want.” So why not drive a car for the job you want?
Boy oh boy, the rich are about to have an ample playground of new supercars to enjoy.
Pure performance, ultimate luxury, scarce prestige and sheer sexiness all lie ahead for the garages of the wealthy. Ferrari, Bentley, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Spyker and Porsche all are readying new offerings designed to capture the hearts of enthusiasts and the dollars of the one percent.
This newest class of automobile extravagance will likely debut to the world in Geneva next month, but information is slowly leaking across the interwebs at this very moment. Here’s what we know so far.