We've taken a look at the notable debuts, the concept cars and the large vehicles of this year's Frankfurt Motor Show, but there was plenty more to see at the biggest auto show in the world. Here we check in on the smaller debuts, features and oddities from around the show – everything from classic cars, to futuristic autonomous concepts, to water toys with aftermarket body kits.
One of the more interesting cars we found when walking the halls of the show, the Artega Scalo combines a 250-mile-strong all-electric powertrain with a sporty coupe body and high-tech interior. The center console features a particularly sleek design thanks to the prototype curved OLED display.
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The looks of the new fourth-generation Toyota Prius attracted rather scathing comments from our readers, in spite of Toyota's attempt to make it a sportier, more attractive hybrid. The Frankfurt Motor Show provided our first opportunity to photograph it up close in person, so maybe the new photos will change a few minds ... or maybe not.
Another exciting highlight of our time in Frankfurt, the Jaguar C-X75, originally revealed as an innovative supercar concept in 2010, rose from the dead – not as a new concept car or production model, but as a movie car from the upcoming Spectre James Bond film. It will star with a couple of Land Rover models, which we looked at in our Frankfurt SUV gallery. It proved a genuine showstopper in shiny orange.
We could spend all day recounting our favorite sights of the show, but we're sure you'd rather see them for yourself. Step into our 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show photo gallery and take a look at all the new plug-ins, tuner cars, electric motorcycles and other interesting stars of the show.View gallery - 196 images