Mercedes' green drive and SLR
There are Mercedes scattered between the firm's own stand and the supercar pavilion, and none is faster than the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, which famously took its place in history when it recorded a speed of 175.7mph on the runway of London City Airport back in July 2006.
At the other extreme, the manufacturer has three Smart Eds dotted around the halls.
The zero-emission electric vehicles aren't on sale yet, but are currently on test with leasing customers around the UK as part of a series of trials.
Powered solely by electricity, and chargeable from any three-pin socket, the Smart Ed can achieve the equivalent of 300mpg - that amounts to a saving of up to 80% in fuel costs over the Smart Fortwo.
It can travel up to 72 miles between charges, which typically take around eight hours for a full charge.
There's also a CLS 350 Blue Efficiency, which goes on sale this autumn and showcases some of the technology that's being wheeled out across the Mercedes range as it attempts to reduce emissions.