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The 11 Must-See Debuts of the 2017 Frankfurt Auto Show

Car and Driver Logo By Car and Driver of Car and Driver | Slide 1 of 25: With 11 halls spread out over two city blocks, the sprawling Frankfurt auto show—officially the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA)—eclipses the similar shindigs in Geneva, Detroit, L.A., or Tokyo. To give you an idea of its scope, Germany’s automakers—the Volkswagen Group, Daimler-Benz, and the BMW Group—each occupy their own building. Despite their massive presence, however, this isn’t just a hometown show, as most of the world’s automakers are represented as well. This year’s official theme was “The Future Now,” and the future on display was largely battery powered. EVs were featured prominently, but they’re not the only vehicles on our list of most noteworthy debuts. Click through to see them all.

The 11 Must-See Debuts of the 2017 Frankfurt Auto Show

With 11 halls spread out over two city blocks, the sprawling Frankfurt auto show—officially the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA)—eclipses the similar shindigs in Geneva, Detroit, L.A., or Tokyo. To give you an idea of its scope, Germany’s automakers—the Volkswagen Group, Daimler-Benz, and the BMW Group—each occupy their own building. Despite their massive presence, however, this isn’t just a hometown show, as most of the world’s automakers are represented as well. This year’s official theme was “The Future Now,” and the future on display was largely battery powered. EVs were featured prominently, but they’re not the only vehicles on our list of most noteworthy debuts. Click through to see them all.

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