New car bonanza at Frankfurt Motor ShowMore than 60 new models launching at German expo

12 September 2011

Jaguar C-X16

Jaguar's C-X16 concept is set to take centre stage at the Frankfurt Motor Show

The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show is set to be one of the biggest yet - and Which? Car is reporting live from the event.

More than 60 new cars will be unveiled at the show, which takes place at the gigantic Frankfurt Messe.

If you want to find out more about the event, or take part in our live Q&A, see our Frankfurt Motor Show guide

Star cars set to shine

Some of the major unveilings set to hit the headlines include the new Jaguar C-X16 concept, which points to a new sports car the firm says will follow in the footsteps of the famous E-Type.

VW Up!

The VW Up! first debuted as a concept car in 2007

It's not all about roaring exhausts, though - we'll also be covering the launches of the forthcoming Audi A2 and Volkswagen Up superminis.

Updated versions of current models like the Hyundai i30, Honda Civic, Fiat Panda and Land Rover Defender will be there, too, alongside hundreds of other new cars.

Cars of the future

Like other recent motorshows, low-CO2 and electric cars will feature heavily in Frankfurt. BMW's new 'i' range of electric cars is also likely to set the agenda, but we'll also see Toyota's new Prius Plug-in as well as a new seven-seat version of the popular hybrid.

Audi Urban Concept Car 1

All-electric Audi 'urban concept car' claims to be the city car of the future 

We've already seen previews of some very high-concept models that will appear - including 'urban mobility solutions' from Volkswagen, Audi and Vauxhall.

Whether or not the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show really demonstrates the future of motoring, we'll be reporting live from the show floor and separating marketing fluff from fact.

And if you've got any questions about the cars we see, then you can take part in our live Q&A, which will be running throughout the show.

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