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In preparation for this year’s Show, Trusted Dealers has created a round-up below of some of the new cars tipped to be exhibited at this year’s event.
Audi Quattro concept
The new Audi Quattro has been hotly tipped to debut at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show. It will be produced in small numbers so will be highly sought after and the most expensive model Audi currently sells at a price of £125,000.
This year is certainly an exciting one for BMW who will be showcasing seven new cars at this year’s event to include the much anticipated BMW i3 along with the production version of the BMW i8 hybrid supercar.
Citroen Cactus concept
The Citroen Cactus concept introduces a new back-to-basics design philosophy for Citroen’s non-DS, C-line models, and directly previews a production model called the C4 Cactus that will be revealed in February 2014.
Ford S-Max concept
The new Ford S-Max concept is based on the same criteria as the latest Ford Mondeo and is tipped to use a range of turbocharged EcoBoost petrol and TDCi diesel engines, with a hybrid version also a possibility. Expect prices will begin in the region of £23,000.
Land Rover Discovery
The Land Rover Discovery has undergone a bit of a facelift and now features added safety technology as well as an intelligent auto stop/start for increased fuel economy. For customers who take full advantage of the Discovery’s off-road capabilities, they can spec wade sensors, which use SONAR to inform the driver of the depth of water they are currently in.
The Mercedes GLA, the company’s first small SUV is ready to be unveiled in production form at the Show and is set to rival the Audi Q3 and the BMW X1.
Peugeot 308 and 308 R
Peugeot is set to reveal its new 308 and 308 R models. The new 308 is a rival to the VW Golf and Peugeot claims it will return an impressive 80mpg.
A big attraction in Frankfurt is likely to be a new coupe, the Vauxhall Monza. Rivaling the Audi A5 and BMW 4 Series. It is a similar size to Vauxhall’s Cascada and is expected to use the same front-wheel drive platform.