16 hot cars we can't wait to see at the Frankfurt Motor Show

Ferrari PortofinoFerrariThe Ferrari Portofino.

The 2017-2018 auto show season is kicking off in style with the Frankfurt Motor Show. Carmakers from around the world have gathered in Germany to display their latest and greatest. Some of the cars presented to the public provide a glimpse into the companies’ upcoming product offers, while others are simply flights of fancy that will never make it out of concept-land.

Major international brands including Bentley, BMW, Ferrari, Rolls-Royce, Jaguar, Porsche, and Mercedes-Benz will all unveil show-stopping new models.

This year’s show offers an extensive lineup of vehicles, ranging from production-ready sedans and supercars to electric cars and SUVs.

The 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show runs from September 14 to 24.

As Germany's main auto show, the nation's carmakers will be out in force. BMW will debut a slew of new models including the all-new Z4 Roadster ...


.... the X7 SUV, and ...


... the sporty i3 all-electric.


BMW-owned Rolls-Royce will launch its new flagship Phantom sedan.


MINI, another BMW-owned entity, will introduce an all-new EV, as well as ...


... a hardcore John Cooper Works GP concept.


Mercedes-Benz will unveil a fuel-cell powered version of its highly successful GLC crossover.


Its high-performance AMG division will introduce the Project One, an all-new hypercar complete with a 1,000 horsepower hybrid-drive unit derived from its Formula One powerplant.


Smart (a Mercedes-owned brand) will unveil its own autonomous concept.


Volkswagen Group's Bentley is set to introduce its new third-generation Continental GT.


Lamborghini, a subsidiary of VW Group's Audi brand, is taking the roof off its flagship Aventador S supercar.


While Porsche's stalwart Cayenne SUV gets a new third-generation variant.


There will be non-German brands as well. South Korea's Kia will introduce its stunning Proceed Wagon.


Jaguar's award-winning F-PACE SUV is getting a little brother in the form of the E-PACE.

Jaguar Land Rover

Ferrari is set to introduce the successor to its California T, called the Portofino.


While McLaren is expected to introduce an all-new hypercar that will likely cost around $750,000.


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