Geneva Motor Show 2014: Top 10 performance stars

For many people who visit a motor show, the highlights won’t be the mundane, every day cars but the high performance exotica. After all, there are very few places where you’ll find such a gathering of impressive machines. Which are the best speed machines at Geneva this year?

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Lamborghini Huracan

The Huracan replaces the Gallardo, which soldiered on from 2003-2014. It was the most popular Lamborghini ever, so the new Huracan has some big boots to fill. It follows the same recipe as the Gallardo, with a mid-mounted V10 engine and all-wheel drive. Peak power is 610PS and the transmission is a seven-speed dual clutch. Prices will be just shy of £200,000. 

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