The cars in Spain all tend to look very similar, much smaller and more compact than most cars we see in the United States. I’m not a huge fan of them, especially since I love being able to spot cool cars with all different builds and colors.
There are many bikes on the road, and they often ride in between lanes and will gather at the front of all the cars at stop lights. In Sevilla, there are often horse carriages on the roads as they give rides mainly around the Maria Luisa park and the throughout the city center.
There are bike lanes all over the city, filled with electric scooters and bikes of all kinds. Everyday you can spot a businessman in a full suit riding a scooter to work. It’s common to see a couple riding a scooter together, the person in the back hanging onto the person in front that is steering. Hearing the sound of bells is usual as pedestrians often end up in the bike lane. It's a mystery of if they don't realize it or just don't care about being in their way.
One very noticeable difference being a pedestrian here, is that cars will stop every single time to give you the right of way to cross at the crosswalk. In the United States, many times I find myself standing and waiting for several minutes at a time, depending on the traffic of the area, before cars on both sides will stop and finally let me walk across the street.
The car below was in Lagos, Portugal. Note how tiny it is!