Turning a hunk of metal and plastic bits into a machine with soul requires an artful cognomen, and borrowing from the world's greatest cities makes associations easy. What's the best car named after a city?

No city captures the essence of wealth's playground quite like Monaco, a tiny country protected by the elite's need to park their yachts somewhere. Which is why Dodge borrowed the name for its "personal luxury" car, creating the kind of vehicle golfer Lee Trevino would gladly assault a bumbling law enforcement official for.

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