The new BMW 4-Series will probably be revealed in production guise in early 2020.
Nissan’s funky crossover is growing up for its all-new second-generation that’s coming this fall.
Opel is playing on its home ground on this one, so it’s only natural to go with all guns blazing as it’s making its comeback.
The concept will be joined at the show by the new i10 and an all-electric race car.
The VW T-Roc Cabriolet will be sold with two different powertrains and available with a six-speed manual.
Alpina might debut it as early as the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, next month.
Audi has already confirmed the 2020 RS6 Avant will debut at the beginning of September and make its public debut in Frankfurt.
The GLB 35 is rumored to launch later this year with 302 HP, followed by the more powerful 45 in 2020.
The fourth-gen Leon is tipped to debut at Frankfurt and will ride on an evolution of the MQB platform.
The concept will be joined by new hybrids and an AMG variant of the GLB.
The Korean city car gets a fresh, and much more modern-looking, face, plus a host of new safety features.
The EV will debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, but we don’t know yet which model it will be based on.