Whether you're looking for high-end sports cars or electric hatchbacks, Frankfurt has it all.
It previews BMW's next-generation hydrogen fuel cell system.
The Carrera 4 pairs all-wheel drive with the 911's base engine.
BMW says the new i4 and 4 Series will take inspiration from this concept.
The concept is said to preview the brand's future design direction for electric vehicles.
What you think is Nappa leather definitely isn't.
The ID 3 is a really big deal for Volkswagen's future electrification efforts.
This pod-like, self-driving off-roader has a phone-based gauge cluster and features up to 310 miles of range.
Lamborghini already showed the Sian, but it has an updated name in honor of Ferdinand Piëch.
When the series production cars launch, VW quotes a price under $34,000 at exchange rates.
Wild concepts abound at the Frankfurt Motor Show, but Audi's AI:Trail may be the wildest.
The SLS AMG Electric Drive was only the start, AMG's boss revealed.
Just to be clear, a vehicle's body style doesn't dictate its efficiency.
Hyundai Motorsport will field the Veloster N ETCR in the ETCR racing series.
The first production ID electric vehicle struts its stuff with good looks and solid power numbers.
We knew it was coming, but that doesn't make the 305-horsepower, three-row AMG GLB35 any less exciting.
While the Taycan Turbo will launch first, more affordable flavors are coming soon.
The EQS aims to be a futuristic, no-compromises luxury sedan that just happens to be an amazing EV.
A 434-horsepower, twin-turbo V6 and Porsche Communication Management infotainment headline the 2020 model year newness.
Tucked away at the back of VW's stage is the next ID vehicle to make its debut.
Mercedes gives prospective GLE53 buyers another option, matching the sporty SUV's performance bits with a slick coupe-over profile.
A V12 engine and a supercapacitor make for a rowdy, electrified bull.
It's meant to evoke the first Hyundai ever introduced.
The two-door hardtop gets a single electric motor for nearly 200 pound-feet of instant torque.
Good thing we found a standard X6 to film here at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The third-generation BMW X6 is still as swoopy as ever, and hey, now its grille lights up.
Vantablack is the darkest pigment ever created, and BMW decided to paint an X6 in this hue.