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Discover the latest automotive marvels at the world’s largest auto exhibition

MUNCHEN — This week’s IAA Mobility auto show is being held in Munich, and there are plenty of vehicles on display. The event’s subject was electrification, and top manufacturers like BMW and Mercedes displayed their selections of electric vehicles. Many Chinese participants, like Xpeng and BYD, were present since they aimed to expand internationally.

Here are some of the vehicles that are on show in Munich.

The BMW Vision New Class

BMW unveiled the BMW Vision Neue Klasse, an electric vehicle concept that will serve as the foundation for its transition to battery-powered vehicles.

The BMW Vision Neue Klasse is the company’s concept automobile, and it is based on the architecture that will support its electric vehicles in the upcoming years.

In 2025, the first vehicles constructed using the Neue Klasse architecture are expected to go into production.

The concept car has a glass roof, and BMW said that the design incorporates well-known, enduring brand components. The corporation has also given the vehicle’s technology a lot of attention.

Concept CLA from Mercedes-Benz Class

The Mercedes-Benz Concept CLA Class was unveiled in Munich, Germany at IAA Mobility 2023. It will serve as the foundation for the German automaker’s push into electric vehicles.


In an effort to push into electric vehicles, the German giant created a fresh architecture for the Mercedes-Benz Concept CLA Class.

Four new models will be included in the lineup: a four-door coupé, an estate, and two sports utility vehicles.

The model, according to Mercedes, will travel 750 kilometers (466 miles) on a single charge.

The Vision One Eleven by Mercedes-Benz

At the IAA Mobility trade show in Munich, Germany, the Mercedes-Benz Vision One Eleven was on display.

The lavish Mercedes-Benz Vision One Eleven, which was unveiled in June, was on show.

The automobile, which is only a concept, was supposed to be entirely electric and was influenced by the C 111 experimental cars of the 1960s and 1970s.

C10 leapmotor

Leapmotor, a Chinese EV manufacturer, unveiled the C10 as its first vehicle for international markets.

There was a sizable Chinese presence at IAA, and Leapmotor, which has its headquarters in Hangzhou, revealed ambitions to market its C10 sports utility vehicle (SUV) in Europe starting in 2019.

Leapmotor CEO Zhu Jiangming stated at a press conference on Monday that “all of Leapmotor’s subsequent products will be designed and developed with a global mindset and adhere to global standards.”

Seal, BYD

In Europe, BYD debuted the BYD Seal at the IAA car show in Munich, Germany. The pricing of the electrified vehicle begins at 44,900 euros ($48,479).

With a starting price of 44,900 euros ($47,992), another Chinese automaker, Warren Buffett-backed BYD, debuted its Seal electric sedan for Europe on Monday.

According to BYD, the vehicle can travel up to 570 miles on a single charge. One of the largest producers of electric vehicles in China, BYD has been actively growing abroad.

Experimental Opel

Opel’s experimental design

Stellantis-owned Immediately following its official launch in July, Opel presented its Experimental concept car in Munich.

The vehicle, which has a futuristic appearance, was created “to provide a tangible vision of where the Opel brand is heading,” according to a press release from the manufacturer.

Midnight Dream Edition of Lucid Air, The Midnight Dream Edition of Lucid Air.


The Lucid Air electric automobile is available in a limited quantity as the Lucid Air Midnight Dream Edition.

According to Lucid, the vehicle can go 799 kilometers on a single charge. The interior of the car is roomy, and the seats offer a massaging feature.

Only Europe will be able to purchase the vehicle.

Concept Volkswagen ID. GTI

The Volkswagen ID GTI Concept is an all-electric vehicle that was on display at the IAA Mobility 2023 exhibition in Munich, Germany.

Volkswagen created the ID. GTI Concept Car to demonstrate what the German carmaker will accomplish with GTI versions of its ID electric vehicles.

It’s a component of Volkswagen’s significant push into the market for electric vehicles. At the IAA Mobility event, the business said that by 2027, it would introduce 11 new all-electric models.

Peugeot Mission X

On display at the IAA Mobility 2023 exhibition in Munich, Germany, is the Porsche Mission X.

A concept electric “hypercar,” as the firm calls it, is the Porsche Mission X.

Although it was first shown in June, it was on display during IAA. The doors on the model open upward. According to Porsche, the automobile “picks up the torch of iconic sports cars of decades past: like the 959, the Carrera GT, and the 918 Spyder before it,” and is “a technology beacon for the sports car of the future.”

Cyberster, MG

On display at the IAA Mobility 2023 trade event in Munich, Germany, is the MG Cyberster.

The MG Cyberster made its European debut at the IAA Mobility after making its debut at the Shanghai Auto Show earlier in the year.

It is constructed using an electric vehicle architecture that, according to MG, will enable a car to go 500 miles or 800 kilometers on a single battery charge.

Although it boasts amenities like a gaming cockpit and 5G connectivity, MG claimed it draws inspiration from the brand’s traditional style.

Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 Lego

The Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 in Lego form can be seen at IAA Mobility 2023 in Munich, Germany.

Even though it wasn’t a genuine vehicle, the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 Lego model was on display at IAA Mobility.