Cars so fast, one of them is even called 'SuperFast'
Your new fantasy garage comes courtesy of the world's most famous festival of auto exotica. Geneva put on a vintage Motor Show for 2017, with sleek new rides from big hitters such as McLaren, Ferrari and Aston.
Naysayers bemoaned McLaren for its conservative styling and slightly dreary aesthetic when the MP4-12C was first released.
They're not bemoaning or naysaying now.
The 720S might just be the most striking Macca to date, with its 710bhp 4.0-litre V8, 212mph top speed and £207,900 price tag only adding to the bombastic aura of the thing.
Ferrari 812 Superfast
Yes, it has a stupid name, but the 789bhp V12 Superfast might just be one of the most handsome pieces of Ferrari design in recent years.
Just check out that ass.
Lamborghini Huracán Performante
Tallywhacker waving is still very much alive and well among the performance car community, with Lamborghini's updated Huracán model making no effort to hide its recent Nürburgring lap time at this year's show.
Yup, 6m 52.01s is officially the fastest production car lap around the infamous 'Ring and it's all thanks to a number of high performance modifications, including a revised V10 engine that now develops 631bhp.
Those among you who perhaps spent a bit too much time mastering the original Gran Turismo games will likely hold a soft spot for RUF: the Porsche 911 fettlers who heavily featured in the titles thanks to actual Porsche withholding image rights.
Aston Martin Valkyrie
Rumours flew and much was said about Aston Martin's upcoming hypercar prior to this year's show. The British marque left many questions unanswered even at the show, but we do know it will be called Valkyrie.
Possibly this little Alpine might be stretching the term 'supercar' a bit. Why, this two-seat tiddler features a mere 249bhp 1.8-litre engine, as opposed to the V8 and V12 monsters of its more powerful rivals.
However, the resurrection of such a historically awesome badge is worthy of celebration and the latest effort weighs just 1,080kg.