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Update: Frankfurt

2003-10-13 14:50

The Frankfurt Motor Show is the most important car exhibition of its kind this year.

We will keep you up to date of all the latest models which will be shown at Frankfurt.

Wheels24 editor John Oxley will also attend this motor show.

Some models which will be shown are:

  • Alfa Romeo 166 (Face-lift)
  • Alfa Romeo GT (New coupé)
  • Aston Martin DB9
  • Audi A6 (Next generation)
  • Audi S4 Cabriolet
  • BMW 1 Series (Concept car)
  • BMW X5 (Face-lift)
  • BMW X3
  • BMW 6 Series
  • Chrysler 300S Tourer (Concept car)
  • Citroen Airlounge (Concept car / New C6)
  • Daewoo Lacetti
  • Ford Visos (Concept sports car)
  • Hyundai Tiburon CC (Concept car)
  • Jaguar X-Type estate
  • Kia Picanto (New small hatch)
  • Maserati Quattroporte
  • Mazda3 hatch
  • Mazda3 sedan
  • Mazda Kusabi (Diesel sports car)
  • Mercedes CLE/CLS (Four-door coupe)
  • Mercedes SLR
  • MINI Open (Cabriolet)
  • Nissan Dunehawk (4x4)
  • Opel Astra (Next generation)
  • Peugeot 407 Elixir (Concept car)
  • Renault Be Bop & Be Bop (Concept cars)
  • Saab 9-3 Sport-Hatch (Concept car)
  • Smart 4x4
  • Suzuki S2 (Cabriolet)
  • Toyota CS&S (Concept roadster)
  • Volkswagen Golf 5 (Next generation)
  • Volkswagen concept R roadster
  • Volkswagen Polo Fun
  • Volvo S40 (Next generation)

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