Munich Motor Show 2021 Live Updates: New Cars and Specs, and Latest Features

After a two-year hiatus, Germany’s flagship auto show is returning to Munich for the first time since 2019. Munich’s inaugural motor show is underway. This year’s event is officially called IAA Mobility. It takes place all around Munich, including a conventional exhibition area, exhibits in the city centre, and even a test track that connects the various locations. The Munich motor show is one of a kind and an extreme delight for the car fanatics. The show has all the brands we see in our dreams- Audi,  BMW, Renault and mother of all Porsche. Automakers will showcase their future ambitions and new models at the Munich Motor Show 2021, the IAA Mobility. These are the announcements made thus far.

The Munich Motor Show is hosting the unveiling of several new cars, and we’ve compiled a list of the most notable ones below.

Concept Car Debuts in Munich Motor Show 2021

  • Audi Grand Sphere: Luxury Sedan, automatic concept to become a part of 2025 ‘Landjet’ flagship model.
  • BMW iVision Circular: The luxurious car gives a Unique concept of sustainability and recycling in production. 
  • Mercedes-Maybach EQS:ultra-luxury version of new flagship electric SUV to be previewed in concept form
  • Mercedes Benz Concept EQG is an off-roader electric monster car detailed by a concept set for the 2024 production car launch. 
  • Porsche Mission R: New beast set to fire all the other electric concept cars in customer racing. 
  • Volkswagen ID. Life: Still to be named 
  • Volkswagen ID Buzz: The novice electric Kombi boasted off in autonomous prototype form, not disclosing release info.

Production Car Debuts in 2021 Show

  • Audi RS3:  new hyper hatch and sedan competitor for the Mercedes-AMG A45 A, will be released in Australia 2022.
  • Audi Q4 E-Tron: compact to mid-size electric SUV seating between the Q3 and Q5. 
  • BMW X3/X4 facelift, including M models updated mid-size SUV twins car, will also be released in Australia in late 2021. 
  • BMW iX3 facelift updated compact electric SUV. 
  • BMW iX5 Hydrogen: SUV with hydrogen fuel-cell to conduct demo runs to be released as a part of limited production in 2022. 
  • Cupra Born:  electric car, hot hatch design based on the Volkswagen ID.3 also be released in Australia for the same time slot. 
  • Dacia Jogger:  seven-seater biggie with SUV design, release info not disclosed 
  • Kia Sportage with Euro-spec:  Wheelbase short car to be released only in Europe, can be seen as a variant of the new SUV.
  • Mercedes AMG GT63 S E Performance
  • Mercedes-AMG EQS53
  • Mercedes-Benz C-Class All-Terrain: off-roading high trading version of new C-Class wagon, no surety of arrival in Australia
  • Mercedes-Benz EQE: minimalistic part of the  flagship EQS electric limo
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class Guard 
  • Mobilise Limo: Renault’s brand new superstar sharing components to show Chinese-made EV for fleets
  • Porsche Macan facelift:  mid-size compact SUV- can be called a second edition to this category, to be sold alongside the upcoming electric model.
  • Renault Megane E Tech Electric: super compact cosy electric SUV on Munich show platform still waiting for a luxurious nameplate. 
  • Volkswagen ID.4 GTX: performance SUV car to be sold Europe wide but Munich will be its first motor show debut
  • Volkswagen ID.5 GTX: Sleek camouflaged stylish prototype to preview electric coupe SUV due later in 2021
  • Volkswagen Polo, including GTI: updated city car version of Volkswagen Polo due to launch Australia in 2022 for roads. 
  • Volkswagen Tiago: T-Cross-based coupe SUV

Munich Motor Show 2021 Live Updates

This year, the Munich Motor Show takes the classic Frankfurt Motor Show, centred on the summit area, a typical car show location with rooms brimming with new items. On the other hand, there’s Blue Lane, an immersive path that extends from the convention centre to downtown, where visitors may test out new items, including automobiles and bikes – as this auto show concentrates on all types of mobility, not just cars. In addition, visitors to Munich will observe new cars and other modes of transportation and organise different events in the open space in the city centre.

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