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With a new European Honda Accord due to be announced soon, the Accord Tourer Concept presented at Frankfurt demonstrates in core theme and form the exterior design of the production estate car.
Designed at Hyundai's Japanese studio, the i-Blue is a large crossover SUV concept not dissimilar to the German-designed Hyundai HED-2 Genus SUV shown in Geneva last year.
This coupe version of the new 308 has been somewhat dismissed in the press as 'Peugeot's TT', but seen in the flesh there's more here than expected.
Remember the Shogun Pinin that Mitsubishi sold until 2005? This concept is a preview of the successor to that car, which could go on sale in a couple of years' time.
As a statement of a clean break with the past, the new XF was featured exclusively on Jaguar's show stand, with no other models on display.
The Concept X6 is a production design in all but the smallest detail and lack of interior: it is a new type of crossover that marries SUV and coupe typologies in equal proportion.
The Flextreme follows the GTC concept shown at Geneva in showing the direction that GM Europe are looking to take for forthcoming production Opel designs.
This is a concept car that previews the direction for a future small city car from Volkswagen that would compete in Europe with cars such as Toyota's iQ and the Fiat 500 in the emerging sub-3.5 meter car class.
The F700 is the latest in a series of far-fetching concept cars that flaunts the company's luxury products yet, surprisingly, continues to wear the three-pointed star emblem rather than the Maybach nameplate.
Following the Fluence concept from June 2004, Renault has unveiled another upper medium sized four-seat coupe concept, signaling their intention to create a production Laguna coupe to compete with the Peugeot 407 coupe.