The inaugural Munich Motor Show was a huge success. Officially called IAA Mobility, it spread right across the city, with a traditional motor show space as well as displays in the city centre and even a test track that linked the main locations.

The Munich Motor Show hosted the reveals of various new models and an exciting look into the future.

Audi, BMW, Cupra, Dacia, Hyundai, Mercedes, Polestar, Porsche, Renault, Smart, and Volkswagen were all in attendance at the Munich show, but there were some key manufacturers who gave the event a miss: notably, Stellantis brands, including Vauxhall, Peugeot, Citroen and Fiat.