10 & 11 September are the media preview days

10 & 11 September are the media preview days

The next generation BMW 1 Series five-door hatchback will be revealed at a preview event on 27 May and have its public premiere at the Frankfurt motor show in September. 

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Audi concept: a design study meant to point towards what the brand's cars may look like in a decade's time rather than a preview of a production model.

BMW 1 Series: F40 five-door hatchback will be based upon Frontantriebsarchitektur, a new platform derived from the existing UKL1 and UKL2.

BMW 3 Series Touring: lengthier and roomier than the F31 Touring which it replaces, it is unclear why the G21 was not revealed at the Geneva show in March.

BMW 8 Series Gran Coupé: to be revealed at an event in Munich in June with sales due to commence in September.

Ford Puma: a small SUV which should, in Europe at least, accompany rather than replace the EcoSport. Will be manufactured in Romania.

Honda e: production version of e Prototype concept from Geneva show will premiere, exactly two years on from the first concept.

Kia Xceed or CrossCeed: (name to be confirmed) will supplement the Sportage SUV as a slightly larger model even though it will share much with the Ceed.

Lamborghini LB48H Terzo Millennio: brand's first hybrid supercar to have a powertrain consisting of Lamborghini's existing 6.5-litre V12 paired with a motor on the rear axle. Official power output expected to be 625kW (850PS). The company will make 63 cars and each is said to be already sold. This model will reportedly look very similar to the Terzo Millennio, a concept which Lamborghini announced in November 2017 in partnership with MIT.

Mercedes-Benz ESF concept: latest experimental safety vehicle has many innovations, including heated seat belts.

Mercedes-Benz EQV: a prototype was at the Geneva show in March but this is the production model.

Nissan Juke: second generation not yet confirmed but as the current model is now so old, it seems certain that the IAA will be the new car's motor show debut.

Nissan Qashqai facelift: US equivalent, the Rogue Sport, was first with the styling changes, having been revealed at the Chicago auto show in February

Opel Corsa: based on the Dongfeng and PSA's CMP, the new model will be manufactured at Opel's Figuerelas (Zaragoza) plant.

Opel Grandland X Hybrid4: 300PS and AWD PHEV will be in showrooms towards the end of 2019 after being revealed to the media in the summer.

Porsche Taycan: the company says the electric hatchback will be presented to the public in September. It then goes on sale towards year-end.

SEAT e-Mii: this BEV version of the facelifted A segment hatchback is also SEAT's first fully electric car. A production version of the el-Born concept will be the second one.

SEAT Mii facelift: not the new model which had originally been expected but a restyle to keep it looking fresh until the reportedly electric successor arrives in 2023.

Škoda Citigo: not the new model which had originally been expected but a restyle to keep it looking fresh until the reportedly electric successor arrives in 2023.

Škoda e-Citigo: the brand's first electric car is more or less the same vehicle as the Volkswagen e-up! and SEAT e-Mii.

Volkswagen ID.3: the public debut of the VW brand's first MEB architecture EV will have its public debut at the Frankfurt show.

Volkswagen up! facelift: not the new model which had originally been expected but a restyle to keep it looking fresh until the reportedly electric successor arrives in 2023.

Volkswagen e-up! facelift: not the new model which had originally been expected but a restyle to keep it looking fresh until the successor arrives in 2023.

Wey: "At this year's IAA Cars Frankfurt/Main, WEY brand will launch a new product jointly developed with Brabus Automotive in Germany, bringing their cooperative results to consumers", said a media release on 6 March.

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