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10. Volkswagen Tiguan
9. Jaguar F-Pace
8. Infiniti Q30
7. Ferrari 488 Spider & Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
6. Audi e-tron quattro concept
5. Bentley Bentayga . . .

The 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show is next week and there’s a lot to be excited about.

Dozens of world premieres and debuts will take place in Germany, but some are more exciting than others. Best of all, not all the automakers have spilled details on what they’re bringing, so we can expect some surprises once the show floor opens to the media.

For now, here’s‘s pick of the top 10 most anticipated debuts from the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. Although some cars have already been exposed or revealed online, we’re still excited to see them in person once the automakers lift those pesky car covers.
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4. Nissan Crossover Concept
3. Ferrari F12 GTO
2. Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo
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Frankfurt motor show to open amid concerns about Chinese and US markets
Carmakers braced for end to record global growth run...

Andy Sharman
September 13, 2015

When the world’s car industry last assembled in Frankfurt for the biennial motor show, automobile sales in Europe were hurtling towards a two-decade low. But there was an upbeat tone from the assembled executives and a certain sprezzatura in the stylish concept cars.

Those flashy products and confident messages will be in evidence once again at this year’s Frankfurt show, which opens to the world’s media on Tuesday. Carmakers and parts suppliers will unveil more product premieres than ever: 210 in all.

But the optimistic mood will probably be forced. Despite near record car purchases in the US, a surprising recovery in Europe and healthy profitability at some of the biggest manufacturers, analysts are increasingly concerned that the car industry’s strongest run of unit sales growth is coming to an end.

The global sales trajectory is still upward — just...
...But by far the dominant concern in Frankfurt will be China.

Falling sales in China are taking a toll on the jumbo pricing and outsized margins that carmakers have been enjoying in the country for several years.

General Motors and Volkswagen relied on China for 44 per cent and 41 per cent of operating profit respectively last year, according to AlixPartners, a consultancy...
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