Standard fare at the auto show tends to be SUVs, tuners, and a roomfull of cars that all kind of look alike. (Even in a space that I once learned was the size of 17 football fields, the manufacturers manage to line up an army of ho-hum cars.)
So it was a welcome relief to find a display of four microcars near the entrance to the show. A Messerschmitt, a Vespa 400, a Peel P50, and an Isetta. The Lane Motor Museum and Microcarlot.com were well represented.