Geneva Motor Show investment debuts
The 10 Best Supercar Investments from the Geneva Motor Show

The Geneva Motor Show is the most anticipated European car show, gathering thousands of visitors each year at the Palexpo exhibition centre in Switzerland. It’s a testament to the continuing renown of the high-end car industry and it caters to enthusiasts of the automotive industry, excited to see the latest innovations in the market.

This year the Geneva Motor Show has unveiled some ground breaking models, with few of the favorites being the new Aston Martin Vanquish Vision, the Porsche 911 C4S Cabriolet, Pininfarina Battista and of course Bugatti’s, La Voiture Noir, the most expensive car ever sold new.

For those prepared to splash their cash on any of the newly launched supercars, the question is “are these cars a good investment potential?”. Are they going to increase in value or depreciate in the coming years?

UK-based finance specialist, JBR Capital used data to answer these questions. The team looked at the most desirable supercars launched at the show in the past decade and compared their initial value to the current amount you would have to pay for the same model today.

The data showed that the Lamborghini Veneno, launched at the show in 2013 has proven to be the best investment – the vehicle has increased with +180%, from £2.6m to currently a value of £7.3m.

At the other end of the spectrum, there are cars such as the Maserati Quattroporte, which lost a whopping -71% from its launch in 2013 – you can currently buy one for £32,000.

Top 10 Car Investments:

Car Geneva debut Price at launch Value now Value change
Lamborghini Veneno 2013 £2.6m £7.3m +180%
Ferrari LaFerrari 2013 £1.15m £2.4m +109%
Koenigsegg One:1 2014 £2m £4m +100%
Pagani Zonda Cinque 2009 £1.3m £2m +54%
Koenigsegg Agera 2010 £875,000 £1.3m +49%
Ferrari 812 Superfast 2017 £260,000 £380,000 +46%
Porsche Cayman GT4 2015 £65,000 £85,000 +31%
McLaren P1 2013 £866,000 £1.1m +27%
Pagani Huayra BC 2016 £2.2m £2.3m +5%
Porsche 911 GT3 (991) 2013 £110,000 £110,000 0%

“It’s unsurprising that the Lamborghini Veneno, Ferrari LaFerrari and Koenigsegg One:1 have stolen the limelight in terms of current values. The Veneno is quite simply an outstanding car,” said Stephen Halstead, Executive Chief Operating Officer at JBR Capital.

10 Worst Geneva Motor Show debut cars

Car Geneva debut Price at launch Value now Value change
Maserati Quattroporte 2013 £110,000 £32,000 -71%
Bentley Continental Supersports 2009 £163,000 £75,000 -54%
Aston Martin V8 Vantage S 2011 £102,000 £56,000 -45%
McLaren 650S 2014 £195,000 £123,000 -37%
Jaguar F-Type SVR 2016 £110,000 £75,000 -32%
Honda NSX 2015 £142,000 £110,000 -22%
Rolls-Royce Ghost (Series II) 2014 £190,000 £150,000 -18%
Ferrari F12berlinetta 2012 £240k £200,000 -17%
Bugatti Chiron 2016 £2.5m £2.2m -12%
Aston Martin DB11 Volante 2018 £160,000 £140,000 -12%

If you want to read the full report you can visit JBR Capital’s website, where they also have an interactive game where you can guess which car is the best investment from a random selection of three.


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