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, Frankfurt Auto Show
, Geneva Motor Show
, Tokyo Motor Show
BMW Blog has trained its spyglass on what it says is a list of BMW rollouts for 2009, and it will begin next month with the brand spankin' new Z4
showcased at the Detroit Auto Show. It is March, though, that will bring year's first real bounty. At Geneva, BMW will be showing off a concept version of the Passive Activity Vehicle
(half 5 Series, half X6), the Concept eDrive (an electric 1 Series or 3 Series), a Z4 Individual
, and the Rolls-Royce 102EX (otherwise known as the RR4
). Then in April, BMW's taking the show to Shanghai with the 760Li.
Post-Shanghai, you'll get a few months to digest. Then at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, BMW is expected to have the production-ready Passive Activity Vehicle on display and the MINI Crossover
. It is there, perhaps, that they'll also trot out a show pony speedster they call the Vision-Z with eDrive, their idea of "progress of sports cars for the future." And sprinkled on top throughout the year come launches of the 7 Series xDrive, 7 Series Hybrid, X5 M
, X6 M
, and X6 Active Hybrid. For bimmer lovers, 2009 is going to be a jubilee year.
[Source: BMW Blog
]BMW's 2009 unveiling schedule?
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