As you'd expect from a Monaco-based car show, Top Marques is proud of its decadent excess
20 April 2013

One of the most exclusive motor shows has opened its doors this weekend. The Top Marques Monaco show describes itself as "four days of excessiveness, luxury and sheer pleasure".

The show, which gives an opportunity for Europe’s best – and most infamous – supercar modifying houses to show their wares, alongside the world’s most iconic premium car makers.

At this year's event there are six supercar debuts from the likes of Mansory and MTM, Hamman and ABT.

Aside from luxury and supercars, the well-heeled vistors can browse yachts, helicopters, shoes, handbags and see one of the largest diamonds in the world.

Click the image above to launch Autocar’s Top Marques Monaco 2013 gallery.

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21 April 2013

Who needs Shanhai?,more exciting Carbon fibre at Monaco,small makers who aren't afraid to put there concepts out nearly, as is,the Grand Coupe 6 series i really liked, the paint job is just awesome!

Peter Cavellini.

23 April 2013

vintech p550 reminds me of singers carbon fiber bodies 911, best collectors item

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