High-res gallery of Frankfurt's off-beat cars
16 September 2009

For every sensible supermini at the Frankfurt show there is always the weird, wonderful and downright odd hiding in the back of one of the halls.

This year saw a bumper selection of peculiarity, from electric Trabants to Aston One-77 lookalikes, some you would drive home, and some you would happily leave in Germany. The question is: which ones?


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17 September 2009

I really DO like that Challenger :

17 September 2009

Nice way to make an ugly car, uglier Bentley!

The Challenger looks good, bet it handles like crap though ;-)

19 September 2009

I love Marussia B2

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