Frankfurt Motor Show

Frankfurt Motor Show

Frankfurt Motor Show

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The Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA, English: International Automobile Exhibition), also known as the Frankfurt Motor Show or Frankfurt Auto Show, is one of the world's largest motor shows. It is held biennially in Frankfurt, Germany.

The IAA is organized by the Association of the German Automotive Industry (VDA). Since 1991 the show is split in two: Even-numbered years show commercial vehicles in Hanover and odd-numbered years passenger vehicles (including some motorcycles) in Frankfurt. The show is scheduled by the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles, which considers it a major international auto show.


  • 1897: First mini exhibition at the Hotel Bristol in Berlin
  • 1897-1911: IAA takes place annually or twice a year, usually in Berlin
  • 1921: First IAA in Berlin after World War I (14th edition overall), with 67 exhibitors.
  • 1921-1926: No international exhibitors allowed as a result of the war.
  • 1923: Diesel trucks make their appearance
  • 1931: For the first time exhibition includes front-wheel drive vehicles.
  • 1939: Shortly before World War II, the Volkswagen which was later known as VW Beetle was shown for the first time
  • 1950: First post-war IAA
  • 1951: The IAA moves to Frankfurt, and becomes biennial
  • 1955: Launch of the BMW 503 and BMW 507.
  • 1957: Launch of the BMW 700.
  • 1961: A record of 950.000 visitors is set. The safety belt is one of the highlights of the exhibition. Launch of the BMW 1500 .
  • 1965: First Japanese cars at the......
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