The eagerly awaited 2015 edition of the Frankfurt Motor Show is finally here. To give you a taste of things to come, we have profiled what sort of motoring beauties and beasts will be on the show. In this guide, we have given you the most definitive insights of the cars which will be on show when IAA Frankfurt opens its doors on the 15th of September.
We hope you will find this detailed guide adequate to whet your appetite and give you something to look forward to. AS always, your feedback is highly valued and we will enjoy reading your opinions in the comments section immediately below the article.
Alfa Romeo: The mercurial Italian manufacturer will certainly be unveiling the 2016 edition of the 3-Series Giulia.
Audi: Thought it may not appear to be so at first glance, the new Audi A4 is a totally revolutionary concept on the inside. Audi will also certainly be unveiling the QE-tron SUV concept car. This is a sporty electric SUV concept with a handful of evolutionary tech fixes.
BMW: 3-Series. BMW's evergreen 3-series is getting a facelift and who can complain? BMW's 7-Series has also been spruced up. The word is that you will get S-Class luxury with a dash of BMW fun. The BMW X1 has been re-imagined to offer you a flawless drive and better performance
Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo - a concept drive with a host of performance-related upgrades to truly deserve the label of being the Veyron's successor.
Citroen Cactus M: It is all about channeling the spirit of the Mehari beach buggy into a soft-top Citroen Cactus.
Ferrari: The 488 Spider is all about a sporty Ferrari minus the roof.
Fiat: The Fiat 500 has undergone a complete makeover.
Honda: The Honda Project 2 and 4 Concepts all come with the latest, world conquering Repsol Honda MotoGP engine.
Hyundai: The IAA Frankfurt 2015 is the only place to get the first glance of the eagerly awaited Hyundai's challenger for the 2016 World Rallying Championship: the Honda i20. Another Hyundai making an appearance at the IAA Frankfurt 2015 is the N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo, an open wheeler with concepts borrowed from Le Mans motor racing prototypes.
Infiniti: Infiniti finally has a worthy competitor to the German premium brands in the shape of the Infiniti Q30.
Jaguar: It is fair to say that the Jaguar F-Pace is the most eagerly awaited unveiling at Frankfurt 2015. This is understandable seeing it is Jaguar's first ever SUV to hit the market.
KIA: KIA will be unveiling the Sportage, a crossover SUV and the KIA Ceed, a remodeled version of the Golf.
Lamborghini: Speed and good looks are all getting a redefinition in the shape of the all-new Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster.
Mazda: Mazda will be unveiling their crossover concept, the Koeru.
Mercedes-Benz: The inimitable German manufacturer will be showcasing three models at Frankfurt, the C-class Coupe with its smoother, two-door design, the C63 AMG Coupe with an evolutionary body style and powered by a 4.0-litre bi-turbo V8 Engine and the S-class Convertible this is the first time Mercedes has unveiled a convertible S-class model.
Nissan: The NP300: An altogether new pick-up truck. Word has it that Mercedes will use the NP300 as inspiration for their first ever road truck.
Peugeot: Fractal concept: A rather wild version of the Mx5.
Porsche: The 911: Features a shrunken version of Porsche's naturally aspirated engine now spotting two turbochargers.
Renault Megane: We can't wait to see the new Megane by Renault, too.
Seat Ibiza Cupra: The Cupra gets a new facelift and a new 189bhp engine.
Smart ForTwo: This is the all-new soft-top by Smart, it's tiny but big in performance.
Suzuki: Baleno Suzuki brings back the Baleno badge, this time round in a mini that compares well with the Nissan Note.
Toyota: Prius: The fourth generation of the highly successful Toyota hybrid will definitely make its first appearance at Frankfurt 2015.
Vauxhall: Astra: This is the first ever chance to see the 7th generation Vauxhall Astra.
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