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"Supercars" rev up Paris carshow

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>> This is the reason why people come to car shows, to see creations like the Vision Mercedes Maybach 6. Something everyone wants to drive, but no one can actually buy.>> They're headline driving cars that look good, that show what manufacturers can really do if they are let off the chain and don't have say physics or, marketing to deal with.
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>> With its C experience, concept car, for example, Citrons even got rid of the wing mirrors and fitted cameras instead, fueling people's dreams isn't cheap, though. Manufacturers can spend millions on concept cars knowing they'll never even make it to the production line.>> There's always space for people to be imaginative because legislation rules during the rounds.
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They dictate certain things, headlamp height and safety and things like that, where as a concept car, it shows people that this is what cars could be. This is what we can really actually properly do.>> Some dreams are attainable to those who can foot and fit the bill.
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The LaFerrari Aperta, on sale for a cool $2 million to a very select few. The rest of us will just have to live in hope that the cars of the future may one day be built, and that perhaps we'll be able to afford one.