Switzerland is a neutral gathering place for the affluent people of the world. Perhaps they stopped by Davos in January for the World Economic Forum. In March, they can set the Gulfstream down at GVA to check in with their bankers and then see what delights are in store at the 88th Geneva International Motor Show.
Last week, we gave you the top ten mainstream cars of Geneva 2018. Here’s a look at the top cars for those of greater means. In rough terms, we mean those cars with a list price of $50,000 up through $1 million. Or more.
If you’ve got the plane fueled with no particular place to go, the Geneva auto show runs through March 18 at Palexpo. Without Frankfurt or Tokyo (not held even years), your remaining 2018 choices are New York in March-April, Shanghai in April, and Los Angeles in November-December.
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