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Manny Khoshbin reveals 3 supercars he's buying from Geneva Motor Show

by Jacob Hale
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Car YouTuber Manny Khoshbin has revealed which three supercars he’s going to order from the Geneva Motor Show 2020 – and every car lover is already filled with envy at his growing collection.

The Geneva Motor Show is the biggest car show of the year, bringing petrolheads from across the world to the Swiss city to take a look at some of the most exciting new vehicles coming from their favorite automakers.

Of course, the event was canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, but that doesn’t mean the companies kept their big reveals under wraps, and the likes of Porsche, Koenigsegg and Aston Martin will be finding new ways to market their supercars to fans. So which ones will Manny be going for?

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Khoshbin's car collection is estimated to be worth in excess of $30 million.

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After reeling off some of the most notable vehicles due to be revealed, Manny shared with viewers the first one he plans to buy: the Koenigsegg Gemera, which he defines as “extremely attractive” because he doesn’t have a four-seater to take his family for a joy-ride.

The next one he reveals he is buying is the Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut – a car being tipped as the “fastest on the planet.” Manny says that although he ordered the track version, he’s now seen the Absolut and makes the pun that it is “an absolute must” to add to his collection.

The last on Manny’s list is the McLaren 765LT, a car that he says seems interesting but is a little on the fence about it, suggesting he’s going to need a test drive to make his decision on the vehicle.

(Timestamp 4:56 for mobile viewers)

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Khoshbin goes on to reveal some of the cars he’s already got on the way, including a Ford GT and McLaren Speedtail. In short, he’s probably got one of the fastest car collections in the world.

In total, the three cars he’s planning on ordering from the Geneva Motor Show are expected to add up to almost $7 million, with the Gemera rumored to be the cheapest of the three at around $1.7m.

Of course, none of this is set in stone and, knowing Manny, he may end up with way more than what he’s suggested in this video – and we don’t exactly blame him.