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2018-03-20 16:00

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Geneva - Prestige finance provider JBR Capital names the cars unveiled last week that generated the most enquiries from customers. 

A 498km/h hypercar built by an aristocratic Italian family and the successor to the supercar famously crashed last year by the Grand Tour’s Richard Hammond are among the most in-demand cars unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, according to JBR Capital.

Hypercars galore

The prestige finance provider has revealed the 10 cars for which it has received the most finance enquiries since the Geneva show.  

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As well as established names like Porsche, Lamborghini, Ferrari and Bugatti, the biggest interest has been in the Corbellati Missile, created by an Italian family better known for their jewels and fine art and the Rimac C Two, the electric supercar that replaces the Croatian brand’s Concept One, in which Hammond had a fiery crash during a rally.

Of the top 10 cars that JBR has already received enquiries for, the most expensive to finance is the Aston Martin Valkyrie GTR. 

Top 10 Geneva finance enquiries: 

Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Ferrari 488 Pista

Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder

Rimac C Two

Zenvo TSR-S

McLaren Senna GTR

Koenigsegg Regera

Bugatti Chiron Sport

Aston Martin Valkyrie GTR

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