2019 Frankfurt Motor Show
Frankfurt in 2019 saw the continued increase of car manufacturers releasing their new range of electric vehicles. Even so, there were still some internal combustion engine cars to be found. Below is the list of all the cars that were shown off at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2019, that also got wallpapers made available on this site.
2019 Alpina B3 Touring6
Famous BMW tuner Alpina has shown off their version of the new generation 3-Series, opting to start with the wagon version first.
2019 Audi AI-TRAIL Quattro Concept4
Audi has shown off their vision of a future automated off-roader, their fourth in a series of electric concepts released since 2017.
2019 BMW Concept 46
BMW’s Concept 4 has been unveiled at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, previewing the styling of the next BMW 4-Series due out in 2020.
2019 Brabus G V12 9006
Brabus is bringing back the V12 to the Mercedes G-Class with the very limited G V12 900 “One of Ten.”
2019 Hyundai i30 N Project C17
Hyundai’s first proper hot hatch the i30 N, has been given the Project C upgrade package with revised suspension and less weight.
2019 Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS Concept5
Mercedes has given a glimpse at the possible future electric S-Class in the form of the Vision EQS Concept.
2020 Audi RS6 Avant15
Audi’s new 592 horsepower, 190mph RS6 Avant is the latest in the line of fast Audi estate cars that started 25 years ago with the RS2.
2020 Audi RS7 Sportback9
Audi new 600 horsepower 4-door coupe RS7 has broken cover at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show.
2020 Ferrari 812 GTS30
Ferrari has launched the 812 GTS, first front-engined V12 powered Spider in 50 years, but only if you don’t count the four limited editions launched in between.
2020 Ferrari F8 Spider12
Ferrari’s F8 Spider has been revealed ahead of the Frankfurt Motor Show, packing 710 horsepower and a two-piece retractable hard-top roof.
2020 Fiat Abarth 595 Pista6
The Abarth 595 Pista has updated it’s engine and turbo, bringing more power from the mini hot hatch.
2020 Lamborghini Sian35
The new hybrid Lamborghini Sian has debuted with supercapacitor tech, delivering the most powerful Lambo to date with over 800 horsepower.
2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo42
The Porsche Taycan has arrived, the brands first fully electric car that produces 750 horsepower and looks as good as the Mission E concept it’s based from.