2015 Frankfurt Motor Show Highlights
Submitted by Dan Youn on Wed, 09/16/2015 - 23:59
The 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show just took place in Germany and it was absolutely incredible. The cars that were showcased turned out to be more than awesome. Words can't describe how crazy the automobile industry is becoming in terms of technology and design. Everything from DTM to electric cars were featured here and the future looks mighty bright from what we've seen so far. There were tons of cars to be seen, but we picked out a handful that really highlighted the entire show.
The Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Edition 1. This C-class coupe looks fantastic with the color combo. The yellows really pop with the grey body. It also sports custom wheels and there are plenty of other modifications. Aside from aesthetics, this version will feature the same 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine.
This thing is an absolute beast. The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo was finally shown to public after the onset of multiple renders. The real car even looks like a render just because of how crazy the design is. Maybe a little over-the-top, but it's still amazing how it came to be. Expect to see this in Gran Turismo 6 race simulator.
Just look at how luxurious it looks and feels. This is the new Bentley Bentayga and it claims to be the "most exclusive SUV in the world." We can't really deny that statement from Bentley because it is a Bentley. You can expect the highest levels of quality and comfort in this.
This was probably the most interesting showcase because of the fact that this is an all-electric sportscar. The electric system has a range of 310 miles (500km), which directly competes with Tesla's Model S. It can also run 0-62mph in just 3.5 seconds. Looks like Porsche has a lot to show in the upcoming years.
These are just some of the highlights we've seen at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. It looks like we're going to have some radical changes to the automobile world in just a few short years. Designs are getting wild and power is more readily-available. Not to mention the tremendous push towards eletric systems. We are living in exciting times! Keep your eyes open.
Source: Autoblog | AutoExpress