Top Marques Monaco show report and gallery

The eighth Top Marques Monaco report hosted a huge selection of supercars, as well as superboats and high-end watches. Report and gallery here

Supercars, superboats, luxury watches, and the glamour that can only be Monaco came together over the weekend for the eighth  running of Top Marques.

Competing for the attention of Monaco's wealthy inhabitants, the heavyweights of the performance car world, including Pagani, Koenigsegg, Ferrari, and McLaren, alongside wannabes such as Keating, Savage, Spada, and Marussia, put out a huge selection of cars.

Whilst there were some notable absences amongst the car manufacturers - Rolls Royce, Bentley, Lamborghini, and Lotus in particular - with six world premiers to view, there was more than enough to keep buyers and visitors happy. Many manufacturers were reporting sales over the weekend which, whilst not necessarily an indicator of optimism in the general car market, is certainly good news for the bespoke luxury car makers.

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