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Frankfurt Motor Show 2011
The 64th International Motor Show 2011 in Frankfurt is the place where car manufacturers give us a taste of the new cars they will be peddling us in the next few years. Join us as we examine the great car tech at the show along with the most exciting concepts.
The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show has thrown up all manner of interesting new vehicles. We've seen small city cars, electric runabouts, bonkers off-roaders and, of course, lots of supercars.
The words 'Croatian', 'electric' and 'supercar' never appear in the same sentence (Google it, you'll get like two and a half results and they're all in 'foreign'). But that's all set to change.
Mercedes-Benz has done the unthinkable and created a version of the SLS AMG with doors that open normally. Don't fret though, because the SLS AMG Roadster is still a sexpot.
Volkswagen has gone Up crazy, unveiling not one, not two, but six incarnations of its Up supermini, including an electric-only offering and a sporty GT model
Audi has introduced a new all-electric version of its A2 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. This time around, the car packs laser fog lights, WiFi internet access and drives itself in heavy traffic.
Land Rover has dreamed up a gorgeous 21st-century re-imagining of the canvas-roofed Defenders of yesteryear. Behold, mud merchants, the DC100 Sport.
Aston Martin has been busy this past year, churning out the One-77, Virage, Vantage S and Zagato, but it's still found a bit of time to tart up its flagship GT cruiser, the DBS.
In honour of 125 years of the automobile Mercedes-Bens has cooked up the F125 -- a research vehicle crammed it to the hilt with next-gen technology.
Kia's designers have historically prioritised function over funk, but the Korean car company's set to embrace an altogether more dramatic design language.
Remember that sketch of the C-X16 'baby Jag'? We've got some official pictures now and it's more beautiful than we could ever have hoped.
Vauxhall's considering a step into the world of fully electric vehicles with a new concept that looks like a reject from the Batcave.
In-car entertainment systems are usually pants compared to consumer tech, but Mercedes is trying to change all that with a new concept.