Rolls Royce 200EX

During the Rolls-Royce press conference at the Geneva Motor Show (March 5-15), Ian Robertson, Rolls-Royce's Chairman, unveiled the new 200EX

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Lamborghini Gallardo Prowls New York
Introduced at the Geneva Motor Show as part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Lamborghini in 2003, the Gallardo was the perfect complement to the company's larger Murcielago. Referred to as the "baby" this stunning supercar with its 500hp, 12-cylinder engine, permanent four-wheel drive and a top speed that approached 200 mph didn't seem to be the junior to anything on the road. Styling updates have kept the car looking fresh since its introduction.

Lagonda Returns with Concept Car
During their press conference at the Geneva Motor Show (March 5-15), Aston Martin's CEO Ulrich Bez announced the return of Lagonda with Lagonda Concept, a four wheel drive, four-seater car. Aston Martin is proud to announce the return of Lagonda, one of the oldest and most iconic names in luxury car manufacturing. The revival of Lagonda fulfils a long-term vision and will bring performance luxury into new markets and territories around the world for Aston Martin Lagonda. Ultimately, Lagonda will be a strong presence in 100 global territories, vastly increasing the global brand reach of the company and extending to new customers. Reflecting its remarkable history, the brand will return to Russia, enter emerging markets in the Middle East, South America, India and China, as well as responding to demand from the dynamic, innovation-focused consumers of Europe, North America and the Far East. The Lagonda is the luxury car of the future, says Aston Martin Lagonda Chief Executive, Dr Ulrich Bez, a combination of total usability, a new form and innovative new technology and materials.

Million Dollar Ferraris
Ferrari is the most fabled car maker in the world. It's one of the most iconic brands and while expensive new the most expensive Ferraris are those cars that have won races or earned a following because of their design or rarity. Some Ferraris can demand over one million dollars at auction or if they're sold privately.