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Experience the IAA Cars 2019

From September 12 to 22, the 68th International Motor Show (IAA) will open its doors in Frankfurt am Main to show you the latest trends in cars and mobility.

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Climb in, join in, experience cars

The IAA offers more than just looking at and sitting in new cars. Numerous brand new models from various makers will be available for test drives including freeway driving and Frankfurt’s inner city. An expert will be present during each test drive to answer questions and give advice. The challenging off-road circuit will set visitors’ pulses racing as experienced professionals drive them over extreme inclines, lumps and bumps, and pot holes in off-road vehicles and SUVs.

And at the many special shows of course everything centers on cars: “The Wild 70s” exhibition takes a journey through history and presents numerous classic cars. The popular model car collectors’ fair “Automania” on the first IAA weekend invites visitors into the fascinating world of miniature vehicles. It is regarded by enthusiasts and collectors of classic model cars throughout Europe as the number one fair of its kind. There will also be plenty to entertain the youngest visitors – including the children’s movie theater, a play area, and gripping competitions on the large serpentine Carrera model race track – so the IAA’s wide range of events provides lots of interest and fun for children and teenagers.


Discover the New Mobility World 2019

The New Mobility World is once again showcasing the future of mobility at the IAA. With its three event formats HALL, FORUM and PARCOURS, the NMW will run until September 17 in Hall 3.1, and during the entire IAA on the central open-air “Agora,” combining a large number of exhibitions, conferences and live demonstrations into a unique experience.

The mobility solutions of tomorrow do not come from one industry alone, but from an ecosystem of innovation. This can be seen in New Mobility World (NMW), an inter­national business-to-business platform that reflects the close interaction taking place between the automotive industry and others players, from established companies to start-ups.

New Mobility World is a meeting point for pioneers in the fields of technology, telecommunications, IT, and infrastructure as well as energy and mobility, urban development, politics, consulting, and financial services. It offers the EXPO exhibition module, where you can showcase future technologies and network with your target groups.

New Mobility World also incorporates the IAA Conference, where you can meet international decision-makers and trailblazers during interactive workshop sessions or in lounges and workspaces. You can also interact efficiently with customers and partners, or listen to some inspirational keynote speeches.

NMW opens on the second press day for trade visitors, which is to say one day before the IAA begins – a pole position for the mobility of tomorrow.

New Mobility World

History of the IAA

The 68th IAA is not the 68th IAA in Frankfurt. Originally Berlin was the place where the public could see and admire new cars. The first German motor show was the “Auto-Revue” with precisely eight motor cars displayed at Berlin’s Hotel Bristol. Until 1911 there was an IAA almost every year – in 1905, 1906, and twice in 1907. The exhibitions were interrupted by the First World War. After the end of the war, the IAA was initially a purely national event but it included motorcycles for the first time. International motor shows then made a comeback – in Cologne, Leipzig, and Berlin, where the last show took place in 1939.

In the early years after the Second World War, cars were exhibited at the Technical Export Fair in Hannover. Berlin had the honor of hosting the IAA one last time – the 35th IAA; after that, Frankfurt became the unrivalled favorite and every two years it is the arena for automotive dreams. In 1991, commercial vehicles disappeared from the motor show as the VDA decided to divide the fair into two and to showcase trucks and buses one year later in Hannover. Ever since, the IAA Commercial Vehicles has taken place in even-numbered years in Hannover, and the IAA Cars in odd-numbered years in Frankfurt am Main.