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Going Beyond: Mazda plans to unveil its new Koeru concept car at this year's Frankfurt show.

The world's largest auto show returns to Germany this year

12 Aug 2015


Show dates: 15 September 2015 - 27 September 2015

28/9/15ROBBIE WALLISAnother year, another exciting showing from the world’s largest automotive event. Frankfurt 2015 showcased a swathe of cutting-edge new and future models that captured the imaginations of car fans across the world.

Mercedes-Benz turned heads with their Intelligent Aerodynamic Automobile (IAA) concept car, a sleek and aerodynamic machine with an extendible rear bumper that helps reduce wind drag when deployed at high speeds.

Multiple brands announced their first foray into the SUV market, with luxury British brand Bentley showing off its hi-po W12-powered Bentayga, while Jaguar debuted its long awaited F-Pace. Defunct German brand Borgward was also resurrected, bringing with them their BX7 SUV.

But perhaps the most impressive car to debut at Frankfurt was the Mission E concept from local marque Porsche. The all-electric Mission E generates 440kW, can accelerate from 0-100km/h in 3.5 seconds, and has a range of 500 km.

Furthermore, executives at Porsche say the Mission E is not simply a fanciful concept, but will eventually be made into a production car, possibly as an electric version of its four-door Panamera.

Next on the motor show calendar is the Tokyo show, beginning on the 28th October.

For all the latest Tokyo news and events, keep an eye on GoAuto.com.au.

11/9/15ROBBIE WALLISIt's now less than a week to go until the world's biggest automotive show kicks off in Germany. IAA 2015 is set to showcase many exciting new models, from daily drivers to incredible, futuristic concept cars.

Bentley will be making their first foray into the SUV market with their Bentayga model. With a turbo W12 engine and luxurious interior it is everything one would expect from a Bentley, in a jacked-up wagon.

Renault will be revealing their new Megane, the fourth-gen iteration of the popular French sports hatchback.

Peugeot will debut their wild Fractal concept car, an electric-powered pocket rocket that will be sure to turn heads.

These and many more cars will be revealed at Frankfurt, and GoAuto will have journalists at ground zero, covering all the latest news, events and reveals that IAA 2015 has to offer.

To keep up to date with all our coverage, keep a close eye on goauto.com.au.

12/8/15ROBBIE WALLISTHE 2015 Frankfurt motor show is shaping up to be one of the biggest events on the automotive calendar, with a slew of new models set to be revealed.

Local hero Porsche will reveal its facelifted 911 following photos leaked in July of the new model being driven through South Africa.

Jaguar will be showing its much anticipated F-Pace, the first-ever SUV from the English luxury brand. It is based on the C-X17 concept shown at the 2013 Frankfurt show.

Ferrari's replacement to the 458, the 488, will be shown in drop-top guise, following the reveal of the coupe earlier this year.

Mazda, Infiniti, Mini, Renault and Mercedes-Benz are just some of the other companies that will be revealing new models in what promises to be a huge Frankfurt motor show.

Keep an eye on GoAuto for all the latest Frankfurt coverage.

18/03/15NOW in its 66th iteration, the world's biggest motor show will be held this year in Frankfurt, Germany, after letting Paris get all the attention in 2014.

Kicking off on September 17 for media and open on September 19 to the public, the 2015 show will undoubtedly feature some of the biggest concept and production-car reveals of the year.

The last show, held in 2013, saw many important production models, including the BMW i3 and i8, Ferrari 458 Speciale, Maserati Ghibli, Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class, Porsche 918 Spyder and the Volkswagen Golf R.

Stay tuned to GoAuto for all the latest Frankfurt motor show coverage.

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