BMW will have quite the number of concepts on display at next week’s 2017 Frankfurt auto show. One of them will be an electric sedan previewing a new member of the BMW i sub-brand. Everyone’s already calling it an i5.
Audi will have its own concepts at the show, though Audi’s are focused on self-driving technology. The brand with the four rings will have a car representing Level 3, Level 4 and Level 5 self-driving car classification. The Level 5 car is described as a full-size vehicle.
It’s not all Frankfurt auto show news. Revived British sports car marque TVR has unveiled a modern Griffith. The sports car packs a 500-horsepower version of the Ford Mustang GT’s V-8 and a carbon fiber chassis designed by Gordon Murray.
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