2017 Frankfurt Motor Show preview
The Frankfurt Motor Show kicks off in September. We bring you all the information you need, and a round-up of some of the most important cars you can expect to see.
Read the full BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo news story.
Read the full Hyundai i30N news story.
Read the full Renault Megane RS news story.
Expect the Grandland X to focus on style and comfort at a competitive price, rather than a scintillating driving experience or off-road capability. Other rivals include the Ford Kuga, Renault Kadjar and Nissan Qashqai. Want more info on the Vauxhall Grandland X? Click here.
We expect it to arrive in the UK during the first half of 2018 and you can read more about it here.
That speed is provided by a 2.0-litre, turbocharged petrol engine that makes a non-inconsiderable 260PS, attached to an eight-speed automatic gearbox. Should you want to drive like a hooligan – away from the public road, of course – a ‘Competition’ setting will turn off the traction control and relax the electronic stability control, letting you slide it about. You can read more about the Vauxhall Insignia GSi here.
You can read more about the revised Honda Jazz here.
You can read more about the new Kia Stonic, and watch the video here.
Read the full story on the Hyundai Kona here.
The X-Class will be available to order in the UK from November this year. Although prices haven't yet been announced, we expect that it will cost from around £33,000.
Like before, the new Continental GT will ride on air suspension, but this time with a seriously clever new roll control system, and the car will also have active all-wheel drive. You’ll also have a drive mode selector with four settings that’ll adapt the behaviour of the engine, gearbox, suspension and other chassis systems.
The cabin promises the usual Bentley blend of high-quality wood, leather and chrome, together with painstaking attention to detail. It promises a fair amount of technology, too, with a configurable driver display and a 12.3-inch touch-screen that flips away into the centre console.
Read the full story on the new Bentley Continental GT here.
Read the full Porsche Cayenne news story and see our exclusive video here
Read the full Kia Picanto X-Line news story here
Read the full Ford Ecosport news story here
Read the full Dacia Duster news story here
Read the full BMW i3 news story here
Read the full Mini Electric Concept news story here
Read the full BMW M5 news story here