Frankfurt Motor Show
BMW recently announced its intention to skip next year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit, issuing a statement about re-evaluating its trade-show strategy that amounted to the age-old "It's not you, it's me." Only this time it appears to be true: Bimmer is now planning to significantly pare back its presence at the 2019 show in Frankfurt, in its own backyard.
The Urban EV will spawn a production Honda EV on sale in Europe starting in 2020 followed by Japan afterward.
We also discuss a 1969 Ferrari Daytona and the Chevy Silverado.
"Honestly, how many people really need it?"
And that's not all we learned from Moers.
It's partnering on "new mobility world" projects in Munich and Berlin
We pick our favorite vehicle debuts from the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. An electric car, a hot hatchback, a wagon, an SUV, and a hypercar all make the list.
We highlight seven of the coolest classic cars at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. They range from a humble Ford hatchback to a Porsche race car.
It doesn't even have a name.
The company plans to offer it for sale in two years.
Automakers find themselves at the intersection of disruption and opportunity.
"We need to provide a sensible transition period that doesn't give unwanted gifts to our Chinese friends."
This design is such a success because it lets the little Honda stand out from the EV pack.
Electrification, autonomy, and performance. The 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show offered something for everybody.