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Frankfurt IAA - 62nd International Motor Show Photo:
 
 
Steane Klose | Sep, 03 2007 | 0 Comments

The world's largest motor show is due to begin on the 13th of September in Frankfurt, Germany. If you're a CarUpdate regular you will be aware that the last couple of months have seen manufacturers announcing various new models and concepts that will be debuting to the public, for the first time ever at the Frankfurt IAA.

This trend will continue over the coming fortnight and we will cover them as fast as the press releases become available. In the meantime, the following is a list of the key GLOBAL Frankfurt debutants. Any cars that we have covered in more detail can be accessed by clicking the link.

Production vehicles

? Aston Martin DBS

? Audi A4 compact

? Audi A8 sedan

? Audi RS6

? BMW 1-Series coupe

? Cadillac BLS wagon

? Chevrolet Aveo hatchback

? Dacia Logan hatchback

? Dodge Journey crossover

? Ferrari 430 Scuderia coupe

? Ford Kuga crossover

? Jaguar XF sedan

? Kia Pro-cee?d hatchback

? Lancia Musa small minivan

? Mazda6

? Mercedes-Benz C-Class wagon

? Mini Clubman wagon

? Nissan Micra

? Opel Agila minivan

? Peugeot 308 compact

? Porsche 911 GT2

? Renault Clio wagon

? Renault Laguna hatchback

? Renault Kangoo minivan

? Saab Turbo X

? Skoda Fabia wagon

? Subaru Justy small car

? Suzuki Splash

? Volkswagen Tiguan crossover

Concept vehicles

? BMW X6 crossover

? Citroen C-Cactus diesel electric hybrid

? Citroen C5 Airscape

? Ford Verve small car

? Fiat Grande Punto Abarth ?essesse?

? Honda Accord Tourer

? Kia Sports Coupe

? Mercedes-Benz F700 large hatchback

? Mitsubishi Concept Cx crossover

? Nissan Mixim electric car

? Opel E-Flex diesel-electric

? Peugeot 308 diesel electric hybrid

? Peugeot 308 RC Z Concept

? Porsche Cayenne hybrid

? Renault Laguna coupe

? Ssangyong Wz large sedan

? Suzuki Kizashi sedan

? Toyota Endo microcar

? Volkswagen City Expert low cost vehicle

 
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