This year's Frankfurt Auto show was a bit dire to say the least. Significantly down in attendance numbers from previous years, the 2019 edition of the stalwart German show only had a few notable debuts.
In the concept car camp, Audi showed off the AI:Trail; The Tavascan concept from SEAT's sporting Cupra offshoot made an appearance; and Hyundai presented the 45 Concept as an homage to the company's heritage and first car.
The most important production car debuts came in the form of the production-ready Porsche Taycan; the eagerly-anticipated . . .