10 & 11 September are the media preview days

10 & 11 September are the media preview days

After showing a prototype at the Geneva Salon in March, Volkswagen has disclosed the news that it will reveal the T-Roc Cabriolet at the Frankfurt IAA.

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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.

Audi A1 citycarver: a 4cm lift for the ride height, two slots instead of three in the plastic panel below the bonnet, bespoke bumpers and other exterior changes.

Audi e-tron 50 quattro: the lower number represents a 71kWh battery pack compared to the 55's 95kWh pack. Outputs are 230 & 540km, WLTP range is 300km.

Audi Q3 Sportback: 4.5m long and categorised as a compact SUV coupé by its maker.

Audi Q7 facelift and SQ7 TDI facelift: on sale from mid-September, this is their motor show premiere.

Audi S8: powered by a 420kW (571PS) and 800Nm (590 lb-ft) version of the Volkswagen Group's biturbo 4.0-litre V8. In the Porsche Panamera Turbo, it develops only 410kW (550PS) and 767Nm (567 lb-ft).

Audi SQ8 TDI: as with the SQ7 TDI, the engine is the Volkswagen Group's 4.0-litre diesel V8. Outputs are 320kW (435hp) and 900Nm. As well as an electric compressor, there are two conventional turbochargers.

BMW 1 Series: F40 five-door hatchback isn't RWD as it's now 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, G21 will also be available as a PHEV in 2020.

BMW 8 Series Gran Coupé: revealed at an event in Munich in June with sales commencing in September.

BMW M8 Convertible and M8 Gran Coupé: just these two as the M8 Coupé was a world debut at the Goodwood FoS in July.

BMW Vision M Next: petrol-electric supercar concept powered by a 2.0-litre engine and two motors, was revealed to media in June.

BMW X6: F16, the previous generation model, lasted just five years and was never facelifted. Measuring 4,935mm, G06, the new one, joins the BMW trend for ever bigger vehicles, this one gaining 26mm while its width crosses the 2m mark at 2,004mm.

Cupra concept: no full images yet, just this short video on the official YouTube channel plus one image of the outline.

Ford Puma: to be manufactured in Romania from Q4, this small crossover is based on the Fiesta and sits 30mm higher.

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

Hyundai i10: Production will commence in Turkey and India during the fourth quarter. India's car is the Grand i10 Nios and the outgoing model (Grand i10) continues.

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-AMG GLB: further details awaited.

Mercedes-Benz EQ 'show car': further details awaited.

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.

Mercedes-Benz GLB-Class: revealed to the media at an event in Utah in June, the IAA is its motor show premiere.

Mini Electric (officially Cooper SE): to be available only as a three-door hatchback, the 1,365kg Electric is claimed to be 145 kilograms heavier than a Cooper S 3 Door with Steptronic transmission. The motor produces 135kW (184PS) and 270Nm while maximum range is quoted as between 235 and 270 kilometres. The gross energy content of the battery is 32.6kWh.

Opel Astra facelift: engine line-up also changes and now features 1.2 and 1.4 petrol plus 1.5 diesel units with various outputs, six-speed manual gearboxes, a CVT and a nine-speed automatic.

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

Opel Corsa-e: BEV version of the new model goes into production in December.

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.

Peugeot 2008: length increases by 140mm to 4,300mm and engines will be 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol and 1.5-litre diesel.

Peugeot e-2008: same e-CMP platform as the DS 3 Crossback E-Tense and a claimed range of up to 310km/193 miles (WLTP).

Porsche 911 Carrera Coupé and 911 Carrera Cabriolet: entry level variants powered by a new 283kW (385PS) and 450Nm version of the biturbo 2,981cc flat six.

Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid Coupé and reintroduction of Cayenne E-Hybrid: 340kW (462PS) combined power with a newly adopted particulate filter.

Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid and Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid Coupé: 500kW (680PS) and 900Nm combined outputs from 4.0-litre V8 and one motor.

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

Renault Captur: second generation model uses same architecture as new Clio and their looks share much too. Codename is HJB.

Renault Captur E-Tech Plug-in: powered by a 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine and two motors. The capacity of the battery pack is 9.8kWh. Renault claims an EV range of up to 45km or 28 miles. The standard transmission is a CVT.

SEAT Mii electric: this BEV version of the A segment hatchback is also SEAT's first fully electric car. Production of other Mii variants ended in July.

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

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

Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet: two-door four-seater body is 37mm lengthier than Europe's standard wheelbase T-Roc, while the wheelbase is extended by 34mm.

Volkswagen up! and e-up! facelifts: unlike the Mii and Citigo, the combustion engine versions of the VW stay in production while the EV gains a better battery pack.

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.

Brands which will not be at the show: Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Infiniti, Jeep, Lexus, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota (Kia is also rumoured not to be attending).

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