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Germany’s biennial Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA) is comfortably the world’s largest motor show, with a huge 881,100 visitors browsing the displays of over 1000 exhibitors in 2013 – and even more at the most recent show, in 2015, with 931,700 through the turnstiles.

Known to many as the Frankfurt motor show, the IAA has hosted the debut of many key global models in recent decades. In 2015, that included – among many others – the long-awaited Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, the big Bentley Bentayga, BMW’s new 7 Series, the Jaguar F-Pace, the new C-Class Coupe, Holden’s new Astra hatch (as an Opel, of course), and the new Volkswagen Tiguan.

This year’s show, the 67th Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung, promises a huge haul of its own – many that have been revealed already, and many that remain well under wraps. For now, at least…

Production cars

Audi A7/S7 (rumoured, but a no-show)

Audi A8 (revealed)

Audi R8 V10 RWS (revealed)

Audi RS4 Avant (revealed)

Audi RS5 Cabriolet (rumoured, but a no-show)

Bentley Continental GT (revealed)

Bentley Mulsanne Design Series (revealed)

BMW 6 Series GT (revealed)

BMW i3s and i3 facelift (revealed)

BMW i8 roadster (spied) (rumoured, but a no-show)

BMW M5 (revealed)

BMW X2 (teased) (rumoured, but a no-show)

BMW X3 (revealed)

Ferrari Portofino (revealed)

Honda CR-V Hybrid (revealed)

Hyundai i30 Fastback (revealed)

Hyundai i30 N (revealed, driven)

Hyundai Kona (revealed, driven)

Jaguar E-Pace (revealed)

Kia Proceed concept (revealed)

Kia Stonic (revealed)

Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster (revealed)

Land Rover Discovery SVX  V8 (revealed)

Lexus CT facelift (revealed)

Lexus NX facelift (revealed)

Mercedes-AMG Project One (revealed)

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe facelift (revealed)

Mercedes-Benz X-Class (revealed)

Nissan Leaf (revealed)

Opel Grandland X (revealed)

Porsche 911 GT3 with Touring Package (revealed)

Porsche Cayenne (revealed) (And Turbo, now also revealed)

Renault Megane RS (revealed)

Rolls-Royce Phantom (revealed)

Seat Arona (revealed)

Seat Leon Cupra R (revealed)

Suzuki Swift Sport (revealed)

Volkswagen Polo (revealed, driven)

Volkswagen T-Roc (revealed)



Aspark Owl (revealed)

Audi Aicon, Elaine concepts (revealed)

BMW i Vision Dynamics (revealed)

BMW X7 SUV (revealed)

BMW Z4 concept (revealed)

Borgward sports car concept (revealed)

Chery rebrand and SUV concept (revealed)

Honda Urban EV (revealed)

Mercedes-Benz ‘EQA’ electric hatch concept (revealed)

Mini EV (revealed)

Mini JCW GP concept (revealed)

Renault Symbioz (revealed)

Skoda Vision E update (revealed)

Toyota C-HR Hy-Power (revealed)

Volkswagen Amarok Aventura (revealed)

Volkswagen I.D. Crozz concept update (revealed)

The 2017 Frankfurt motor show will be held from September 14-15 (press days, Euro time), and September 16-24 (public days, Euro time). The show is open from 9:00am to 7:00pm, every day, local time.

CarAdvice will be out in force at this year’s Frankfurt motor show, so stay tuned for our extensive coverage as we bring you all the news, interviews and photos.

What are you looking forward to the most at the show? Tell us in the comments below.

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