Chris Harris at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show

Hurry! There’s still a couple of days left until the Messe closes its doors to the public.

There’s still a couple of days left of Frankfurt 2013, and while we’ve covered all the new reveals from the show, this latest video from Chris Harris showcases some of the cars that didn’t make the headlines (along with those that did). Of the old school classics, the Porsche 917 is a particular favorite of the Drive presenter. The self-driving Mercedes S500 and BMW i8 represent the best of the German newcomers, while the (for once) clean-shaven British auto scribe reveals an interesting brief history of Audi’s Nanuk concept.

There’s no mincing of words when it comes to the cars and concepts he dislikes either.

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