Autoblog editors weigh in on their favorites cars and concepts from the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
SsanYong previews two future crossover models with the XLV-Air and XAV-Adventure concepts at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Borgward is finally back, revealing the standard BX7 and TS models in Frankfurt ahead of their debut in China in 2016. The brand is starting with some lofty ambitions, including 500,000 annual sales in the medium term.
The Ducati Monster 1200 R sharpens the razor of the already impressive 1200 S. Power of the 1.2-liter twin is pushed to 158 horsepower, and weight drops thanks to a few new parts.
Mercedes showcases the racing version of the new C63 AMG for the DTM touring car championship at the Frankfurt Motor Show, ready to take on Audi and BMW in one of Europe's most competitive racing series.
Suzuki aims to create the ultimate compact hatchback with the new Baleno. In addition to the new styling, it rides on a more rigid, lighter platform and boasts a turbocharged 1.0-liter engine with 110 hp.
In case you needed further proof that life is not fair, meet the not-for-America Volkswagen GTI Clubsport, a more sporting version of your standard GTI.
It might not be the flashiest, sexiest car at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, but the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe is definitely something that piques our interest.
Mazda reveals the Koeru concept at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, applying the latest evolution of its Kodo design language to a large crossover shape.
Honda reveals its Project 2&4 concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show, blending the best elements from its cars and motorcycles into one very enticing package.
The clever Citroen C4 Cactus gets a bit weirder at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, with the debut of the roofless, beach-ready Cactus M concept.
The Thunder Power Sedan and Racer are bringing the weird to the Frankfurt Motor Show. With a design by Zagato, this electric, luxury four-door offers a claimed range of over 404 miles.
Ferrari gives the turbocharged 488 Spider its public debut in a beautiful shade of blue at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The Mercedes-AMG GT has been tweaked by the tuners at Brabus, but with a relatively modest 600 hp and rather simple aero kit, it's more tasteful than most of the outfit's products.
The Smart Fortwo Cabrio, which just debuted in Frankfurt, may be the perfect car for those who love the sunny outdoors but find themselves trapped in the big city.