Latest from Frankfurt Motor Show

Car companies show off new Euro models and 'green' concept cars. Some could be for sale here soon.

Ford Kuga
You might not see this one stateside, but Ford's new CEO Alan Mullaly has said he'd like to see more Ford Europe products come to the United States so...maybe.

The Kuga crossover SUV will go on sale in Europe in the first part of 2008. It will be available in front-wheel and all-wheel drive. Power comes from a 2.0-liter turbodiesel engine. The version shown in Frankfurt is not quite the final production car, however.


Lamborghini

Opel

Mercedes-Benz

Mazda

Volvo

Porsche

Chevrolet

Dodge

Jaguar

Mini

Porsche

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Mitsubishi

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Kia

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Since these models are only now being unveiled in Europe, U.S. prices and fuel economy estimates are not available.
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