Check out CNET's coverage of the Frankfort Auto Show 2013.
The Porsche 911 was launched at the 1963 Frankfurt Motor Show. We take a look back at where it came from and where it could go.
It's the biggest show of the year and we're focusing on three manufacturers. Here's why.
This year's Frankfurt auto show made it clear that compact SUVs are the latest trend in the automotive industry, but coupes may also be making a comeback, with entrants from BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo.
This year's Frankfurt auto show was a good mix of concepts and new, innovative models, with a healthy dose of compact SUVs. The Frankfurt location meant an emphasis on models from Mercedes-Benz, BMW, VW, and Audi. Check out the sights of the 2013 Frankfurt auto show.
In July, we got our first look at the i3, BMW's new, electric compact car. At the Frankfurt auto show, BMW brought a swarm of the odd little cars, and we took a closer look.
The Audi Quattro is an outright legend. Its rally dominance and go-anywhere tech meant it was THE car to beat. But how do you update a legend like that? Why, with a 690bhp hybrid monster, that's how. Meet the new Audi Sport Quattro. It's a bit good.
Creating an icon is a difficult thing, so Porsche's efforts with the 911 are nothing short of staggering. We take a look back at the 911's roots and where Porsche is going next.
Kia released two photos of a concept car it will unveil at the upcoming Frankfurt auto show, and says it suggests a design idea for a future B-segment car.
This year's International Motor Show in Frankfurt was packed with sexy concepts and production models as well as a few fun surprises along the way.
With about 420 horsepower on tap and race-ready performance, this isn't your typical Toyota Yaris Hybrid.