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The world's richest consumers will soon have a wealth of choices: the latest Lamborghini, Ferrari or maybe even a McLaren.The wave of horsepower-heavy models, including Bugatti's 2.18 million euro Rembrandt, on display at the show underscores the return of performance cars following years in which some producers held back. Lamborghini headlined the trend by debuting the 610-horsepower Huracan, which replaces the $181,900 Gallardo – the Volkswagen AG unit's all-time best-seller. The Fiat SpA (F) unit lifted a red shroud from the 560-horsepower California T, which accelerates to 100 kilometers per hour in 3.6 seconds. Reflecting the effort to improve efficiency even for elite racers, Ferrari boasted that it reduced the model's emissions by 20 percent versus the $198,190 predecessor. The car weighs just 1,400 kilograms and boasts 1,400 horsepower.Jaguar Land Rover, which makes the $106,195 long-wheelbase Range Rover and the $132,000 Jaguar XKR-S, introduced a 285-horsepower version of the Evoque Dynamic in Geneva to appeal to performance-oriented customers. The car is the fourth in a line of so-called legend editions, which are limited to three cars per model.
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