Here's what cars you see when you take Google Street View to some of the richest places on Earth.
On the Avenue Montaigne in Paris we have more black Mercedes' than in a Bond villain's garage, a very sneaky Mclaren MP4-12C, a Porsche 911 Turbo, a Maserati Quattroporte, a C63 AMG, a Bentley Continental GT Conv. (and a Cooper S Works!), a Flying Spur, a Flying Spur in disguise (Phaeton), and perhaps my favorite, the awesome, why-do-Americans-get-the-CLA-and-not-this? Mercedes A45 AMG.
On Ostozhenka in the no-Ladas-allowed section of Moscow (seriously, they are on every street except this one), we find the most hysterical Subaru Impreza STi I have ever seen, another Flying Spur, a Nissan GTR, a Rolls-Royce Phantom, and a Maybach 62.
On Avenue Princess Grace in Monaco, I accidentally stumbled across a couple car dealers. Some cheap stuff, like Mercedes:
and some more, shall we say, Monaco-ish dealers:
I even found some cars not in dealerships, like this lovely Bentley Azure, an Aston Martin V8 Vantage, a Continental GT Coupe,
and, in the middle of Monaco, an F-body Firebird. What. The. Fuck.