This year's Frankfurt auto show included a preponderance of electrified vehicles, both hybrids and battery-powered, along with important new cars and a whole slew of concepts.
At the Frankfurt auto show, BMW unveiled its updated X1 and VW its redesigned Tiguan. CNET editors Wayne Cunningham and Chris Paukert figure which one wins.
You may think that the Rolls-Royce Dawn is a convertible Wraith, and it certainly looks that way, but the British luxury manufacturer claims it's almost entirely unique in its construction.
It doesn't make sense to us either, but the Grip Z concept is inspired by a rally 240Z and a Tour de France racing bicycle.
Alfa Romeo is coming back to US shores in a big way. Following fast on the 4C comes the Giulia, one of the most beautiful sedans we've ever seen.
The Porsche Mission E has four doors, four seats, 600 horsepower and the hearts of everyone who has seen it here in Frankfurt.
What do you get when you take the top off of a 488 GTB? Don't call it a convertible, it's the 488 Spider.
Sharp lines adorn the wagon-like body of the new E-tron Quattro concept, unveiled by Audi at the Frankfurt auto show, an indication of its future styling direction.
Jaguar continues to reinvent itself with the new, aluminum-bodied F-Pace crossover.
Jag tries its hand at delivering a sporty luxury SUV with the production debut of its 2017 F-Pace.
Brian Cooley check's the 7 Series tech at Frankfurt. Has any other new car arrived with this many crowd-pleasing technologies?
Alfa Romeo is back in the States, and with cars like the 2016 Giulia sedan, there's plenty of reason to be excited.
AMG cars are fast and exciting. But this one also has room for kids, so has it become the perfect car?