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Geneva 2016: the most extreme cars of Europe's hottest auto show

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The Geneva Motor Show this year was a return to form for one of the most indulgently excessive exhibitions of human engineering. Cheap oil has made huge engines trendy again, and the luxury sports coupes that dominated the Detroit Auto Show have now been joined by future classics like the Aston Martin DB11 and Bugatti Chiron. Lamborghini also had a car to show off that featured its most powerful engine ever built, though the Centenario is exclusive even by Lambo standards, with all 40 having already been sold ahead of the event. Join us for a quick look back at the highlights of Geneva 2016 before you dig into our StoryStream containing The Verge's full coverage of the best and baddest automobiles at the show.