Without further ado, let's take a look at what you considered the most important presences at the show. With 17% of all the votes, the first place is occupied by Mercedes-Benz's SLS AMG model with its gullwing design. At the other end of the price spectrum stands the Dacia Kanjara, with 14%. Unfortunately, this model was not showcased at Frankfurt. Still, it's a testimony of the low-cost brand's popularity.
Going back to premium, Bugatti's latest Bordeaux model, now known as the 16C Galibier, took the third place with 13%. This one was shown to curious eyes, but only to a select bunch, the press not being invited.
Another highly expected, yet also missing premiere, was the Alfa Romeo Milano. This one was voted by 11% of the poll's respondents.
the 9-5. Apparently, the Swedish manufacturer still has something to offer to its faithful followers.
Another Mercedes presence some of you wanted to see at the show was the E-Klasse Cabrio, but the Germans had a different agenda, as they didn't bring it along.
The last two options with at least 5% of the votes were the Peugeot RCZ and the Citroen DS3.
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