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Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Aerodynamic Automobile concept, 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show

Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Aerodynamic Automobile concept, 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show

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Today we got our first look at a new crossover in the works at Audi that is destined to be badged a Q6 and feature a battery-electric powertrain. The look came in the form of a concept vehicle on show this week at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show.

One of the star attractions in Frankfurt this week is Mercedes-Benz’s stunning Intelligent Aerodynamic Automobile concept. The svelte sedan is meant to preview future Benz technologies, but it may also be an early tease of the next-generation CLS.

Another concept from the Frankfurt show is Nissan’s Gripz. The sporty crossover doesn’t herald a replacement for Nissan’s 370Z sports car, but rather hints at an expanded Z car family, one that would include a crossover in addition to a coupe and convertible.

You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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