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Sep 18 2019

What Remunerator Want to Novate from The Frankfurt Motor Show

The annual Frankfurt Motor show is a bucket list event for any rev-head. The event attracts automakers from around the world to show off their latest and greatest designs.

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+

After breaking the fastest road car record earlier this year, in a modified Chiron at 490.48km/h, Bugatti are producing 30 versions of the fast prototype. At a casual A$5.6 million the new road version of the record-breaking Chiron will be yours! 

Land Rover Defender

With the previous Defender being one of the longest-serving models in automotive history, there was much anticipation to the new Defender design launch. After many leaks, the new car was finally introduced to the world. The new model will be available in a 3-door 90 wheelbase and 5-door 110 wheelbase.

Volkswagen ID.3

The pure-electric ID.3 hatch is Volkswagen’s first vehicle of its kind. VW bosses boast that it could be as important as the original beetle or Mk1 Golf. There are three battery variants available offering ranges between 186 miles to 342 miles between charges.

Porsche Taycan

Continuing with the electric trend, Porsche launched their first all-electric production car with their sights set on de-throning the Tesla Model S. There are three confirmed variants with two outlined so far: the Taycan Turbo and the Taycan Turbo S.

Lamborghini Sian

The Sian marks a new era for Lamborghini being their first hybrid vehicle. The new hybrid is a rebodied and re-tuned version of the Aventador with production being limited to 63 units, in honour of the Italian automakers founding year. Before you get excited, all models have been spoken for.

Hyundai 45 Concept

The retro design introduces a new era for Hyundai cars design. The concept nods towards the brands past exterior design, while demonstrating Hyundai’s vision of future technology and interior design.

Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS

A fully electric luxury saloon concept boasting a 435-mile range offers insights into Mercedes ‘vision’ for the future of their car design. Mercedes states that the simple and flowing shape of the concept will inspire the next generation of EQ models.