The Frankfurt Motor Show 2015 has Begun!
It is back. As every year the best auto show in the world takes place in Frankfurt, Germany, where the best car brands display their newest models, latest technology and future concepts.
A great opportunity to see, what the best car manufacturers in the world have to offer and a window to travel into the future. In some cases, the engineering designs even seem to surpass our imagination.
Since 1897, when the first International Motor Show was held at the Bristol Hotel in Berlin, the exhibition has been firmly established as the largest and most respected car show in the world.
Starting on Thursday, September 17th until Sunday 27th, Frankfurt it will receive the best car brands from all over the world and for this 2015, they didn’t withhold anything, showing exciting technology and design innovations.
As expected expect, the German home brands always dominate, battling to out-do each other and show the world their latest innovations, but other brands, particularly the British ones, also had some huge debuts in 2015.
Here are 3 of the most attractive and popular new designs from some of the most known car brands in the planet.
With the same 3.9-litre, dry-sumped V8 now breathed on by turbochargers to produce its 661bhp and still outrageous 583lb ft of torque, the Ferrari 488 Spider will reach 200 KPH in exact 8.7 seconds.
Ferrari claims the aluminum structure is 23% more rigid than the open 458’s, thanks to a blend of 11 different alloys in its structure and the latest computer-aided design.
This might be the most popular between the young public. Based on the video game Grand Turismo, the Bugatti enterprise offers a glimpse into the future with the Vision Grand Turismo.
According to Achim Anscheidt, head of the Bugatti design team: “With the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo virtual concept, Bugatti will be presenting the new form and design language developed by the brand to celebrate the next chapter in its history following the end of the Veyron era.”
With the same 602bhp 5.2-litre V10 and seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox as the hard-top Huracan, now with fuel-saving cylinder-on-demand and stop-start tech for the 2016 model year.
The LP 610-4 stands for its metric horsepower output, ‘4’ to signify four-wheel drive. The Lamborghini Hurucan accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in 3.4 seconds.
Of course, there are hundreds of different car designs, aimed at all kinds of publics. From these three amazing, highly engineering designs, down to more affordable family models, for the average person.
As every year the “Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung” or International Motor Show in Frankfurt has proved that there are no boundaries for the imagination of this great car designers.