Top Marques takes flight

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Last April the Grimaldi Forum in Montecarlo exhibited a great number of interesting products.

The luxury car fair showed not only endless supercars, but also a beautiful Bentley sparkling with diamonds, and even a flying car.

The aquatic sector is seeing great advances too, resulting in brand new speedy jet skis, jet surfs, and much more.

And that’s not all that’s new. In addition to the spectacular supercars, the luxury fashion, jewellery and watch industries are offering up some truly exclusive pieces.

TOP enthusiasts, we’ll see you at the next edition!

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