The cars will include the new 6-series GT, i3s, X3, M5, 8-series and Z4 concept.

The BMW group will show at least 10 models at its 10,500 square metre stall. The banner at the stall will read - “This is tomorrow. Now.”

The carmaker’s flagship 8-series sedan and the Z4 convertible concepts will make their debut. The race-ready M8 GTE, the all-electric 3-series and X7 fuel-cell concept will also join the line-up of concepts.

BMW will also show its 600hp, AWD, M5, the large 6-series Gran Turismo, the i3 and i3s and the X3 SUV as part of its line-up of production models. The 40th anniversary of the 7-Series will see a special Edition 40 Jahre at the stall as well.

The company’s bike division, BMW Motorrad, will show the HP4 Race superbike and the Link scooter concept.

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