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Borgward BX5 and Projekt BX6 TS unveiled in Geneva

The Borgward BX5 prototype and the Borgward Projekt BX6 TS concept have been revealed ahead of the 2016 Geneva motor show. The Borgward BX5 measures 4483mm long, 1876mm wide, 1677mm tall and rides on a 2685mm wheelbase, placing it in a class below the seven-seat 4713mm BX7 SUV that was unveiled last year...

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2017 Borgward BX5 spied testing
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2017 Borgward BX5 spied testing

Reborn premium marque Borgward has been spied testing a new SUV that is expected to be known as the BX5 when it hits the market in the months ahead. Borgward first reappeared in 2015 after more than 54 years in the wilderness, revealing its premium new BX7 SUV at the Frankfurt motor show...


2016 Borgward BX7 Walkaround : 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show
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2016 Borgward BX7 Walkaround : 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show

Read the article here. We are here with the Borgward BX7, a car from a company who hasn’t produced a car for over 50 years. This bespoke design and platform is all done in house by the company and design studios in Germany and China. Under the bonnet is a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine but a hybrid drivetrain is also available...


Borgward BX7 SUV revealed
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Borgward BX7 SUV revealed

The Borgward BX7 is the first production vehicle from the revived German luxury car maker, and has been revealed ahead of its debut at the 2015 Frankfurt motor show. These photos were initially provided to AutoBild and the German publication understands that the new SUV measures 4.7 metres in length. (Update: an overall length of 4713mm has been confirmed...


Borgward SUV teased ahead of Frankfurt motor show debut
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Borgward SUV teased ahead of Frankfurt motor show debut

Revived luxury marque Borgward has handed down the first preview of its coming SUV model, set to be unveiled in September. The new premium SUV’s coming was first confirmed in March, when it was revealed that the German brand would be brought back from the dead some 54 years since its last showroom appearance...