The Frankfurt motor show takes place over the coming days, with a large number of big-name car launches expected alongside new concept cars, facelifts and production models.
Autocar's team of roving reporters will be bringing you the very latest from the show floor, but here's our pre-show roundup of what to expect at the show in 2013.
Don't forget that you can keep up to date with all the latest show news at Autocar.co.uk.
Two editions of the range-topping 500 Abarth will feature a host of limited-edition kit.
The 2014 Alfa Romeo Giulietta is the first model to receive Fiat Group's new JTDM diesel engine.
BMW’s favourite tuner releases their version of the four door coupé. LHD only means no UK sales.
Based on the BMW 3-series, this sports saloon offers 345bhp from its twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre straight six diesel engine.
The mildest of facelifts but still worthwhile. No less than 25 individually controlled LEDs introduce adaptive lighting to the range.
Audi’s first MPV, recently given the thumbs up by bosses, may make an appearance at Frankfurt.
770bhp V8 range topper. 690bhp of Hybrid power and a 200mph top speed expected.
First-ever S3 cabriolet to get 296bhp and four-wheel drive. The model will reach production early next year.
Due in 2014, the new A3 saloon promises to be both bigger and lighter than the model it replaces.
New S versions of the Bentley Continental V8 coupé and drop-top get 521bhp and sharper handling.
After a wave of positive press reaction, this is your first chance to see the mid-size coupé in the flesh.
The small four-seat supermini i3 spearheads BMW's electric i brand, and will make its public debut.
All-new electric sports car will be seen in its final, production-ready specification for the first time.
BMW's Concept Active Tourer Outdoor is the latest look at the forthcoming 1-series GT.