How to watch the Frankfurt Motor Show press conferences online
Monday 12 September 2011
This week will see a host of high-profile
press conferences as the world's automakers unveil new models and concepts to the world at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Many automakers will be streaming their new product introductions live online - here are some of the best to watch (all times CET):
World premiere of the new Audi A2 concept.
September 13, 11:00AM
The high-profile introduction of the new BMW i concept models, the new production-ready MINI Coupé, BMW 1 Series and BMW M5 Saloon.
September 13, 8:30AM
Unveil of the newest version of the Fiat Panda compact car.
September 13, 12:30PM
Sebastian Vettel joins Infiniti to unveil the new model he helped to design.
September 13, 2:15PM
Premiere of the all new Rio three-door
September 13, 1:45PM
The global unveil of both the Jaguar C-X16 and the Land Rover DC100 Defender concept.
September 13, 9:15AM
Debut of the new Porsche 911 Carrera.
September 13, 11:40AM
Unveil of the new XV crossover and BRZ ‘Prologue' concept.
September 13, 9:30AM
The show opens to the public September 15 and runs through September 25 in Frankfurt, Germany.
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