The Frankfurt motor show is a yearly event, with one year taken completely by commercial vehicles, and the other take up by passenger cars. 2015 was the year for passenger cars, and there are a few pieces of eye-candy that shone across the world from this event. Here’s a glimpse of the best in cars that went down at the Frankfurt motor show this year.
Alfa Romeo Giulia
After the largely successful Alfa Romeo 4c and 4c spider, the Giulia is the company’s more subtle approach at raising the interest of people to buy a power saloon. The Giulia hones a 501 horsepower, Ferrari-derived V6 that sounds quite a mouthful to help the cause.
This is the car that will take the luxury SUV concept to a whole new level. The Bentayga features a bespoke wood and 16 cowhides trim, yet the party piece of the uber luxurious SUV is the optional Breitling Mulliner Tourbillion clock which is expected to be priced at £150,000 (approximately $235,000) just by itself.
The M6 GT3 will serve as a replacement to the outgoing BMW Z4 for the next Le Mans and the good news is that the M6 GT3 is on offer at a cool $337,000 to customer racing teams with technical support included.
Ferrari 488 Spider
Along side the other convertible supercars announced at Frankfurt this year was the Ferrari 488 Spider. Along side the open bodywork, 3.9 litre, twin-turbo V8 producing 670 PS comes as the standard symphony instrument.
Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
Yup, its time for Lambo’s new baby to go topless. While the colour that it was presented in directly clashed with the one that Ferrari brought on stage with their 488 Spider, this is no short on expectations in the looks department.
Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe
Its got the right looks to pile on some serious hard pressure on the BMW M4. And when things get a bit more serious, there is always the bonkers 4.0 litre twin-turbo engine to rely upon to get you out of sticky situations with a slight twitch to the right foot.