Tuned supercars gallery: Geneva motor show 2014

The good, the bad and the ugly of the Geneva motor show's numerous tuned supercars and SUVs

The 2014 Geneva motor show has boasted a plethora of new performance cars. Many of them, such as the new Audi TT, possess subtly stylish looks, clever small turbo engines and a fairly clear environmental conscience.

On the flipside, Geneva is well known for its over the top, eye-melting tuner cars, notorious for their completely ridiculous power outputs and lurid colour schemes.

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All of Europe's big tuning houses, including Mansory, Brabus, Hamann and Kahn, display their heavily modified and restyled supercars and SUVs. Some showgoers love their work, others hate it but no one can resist gawping at it. Here are the highlights (or lowlights, for some). Click the pictures to enlarge them.

The rest of the 2014 Geneva motor show is here

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