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Seven stunning cars unveiled at the 2023 Munich Motor Show

Mercedes-Benz and BMW were just some of the big names who took the opportunity to show off their latest electric offerings.

The BMW Vision Neue Klasse

The BMW Vision Neue Klasse

It's Europe’s biggest motor show - and it certainly didn't disappoint this year.

The Munich Motor Show 2023 took place earlier this month, with many of the automotive industry's leading names seizing the opportunity to unveil their latest electric offerings.

From Mercedes-Benz to BMW and MG to BYD, some stunning new cars and concepts were unveiled at the biennial IAA Mobility show.

Here, we look at just some of the exciting new cars that were on display.

MG Marvel

MG are fast becoming a consumer favourite when it comes to electric cars.

As part of their second generation of 100% electric vehicles, they've revealed a new compact SUV - another favourite for motorists - and it looks the real deal.

Described as spacious and luxurious, the MG Marvel has a WLTP range of 250 miles.

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BYD Seal

Arnold Clark became the exclusive Scottish retail partner of BYD earlier this year.

And the Chinese brand, also known as 'Build Your Dreams', have already unveiled their ATTO 3 and Dolphin.

The Seal is next to follow and is a versatile four-door sedan that comfortably seats five people.

With a battery capacity of 82.5 kWh, as well as a sporty and dynamic design, the Seal boasts an extremely impressive range of 350 miles.

BMW Vision Neue Klasse

The BMW Vision Neue Klasse, translated as 'new class', made its debut in Munich.

The latest concept showcases what the next generation of vehicles from BMW will look like - and it's certainly a change thanks to a much sharper design.

“With the Neue Klasse, we have embarked on the biggest investment in the company’s history,” says BMW chief technology officer Frank Weber. “We are not just writing the next chapter of BMW; we’re writing a whole new book.”

Mercedes-Benz Concept CLA Class

Mercedes-Benz Concept CLA Class arguably took centre stage at the motor show.

The range will comprise a total of four new models — a four-door coupé, an estate, and two sports utility vehicles.

Claiming to boast an incredible 466-mile range, the Concept CLA Class features powerful wheel arches with distinctive 21-inch wheels.

On the exterior, there's a shark-nose front-end design, while on the inside, Mercedes-Benz looks to offer the driver a 'fully digital experience'.

Volkswagen ID GTI Concept

The German carmaker used the motor show to show off their plans for GTI versions of its ID electric cars.

Volkswagen plan to launch 11 new all-electric models by 2027.

MG Cyberster

With its unusual taillights, scissor doors and long sloping bonnet, the all-electric MG Cyberster is sure to be a highly anticipated sports car in the UK market.

Drawing inspiration from the company’s heritage, Cyberster’s bold styling combines a contemporary design with distinctive touches that call on MG’s rich history as a renowned manufacturer of exciting, engaging convertible sports cars.

Cupra Tavascan

The brand’s first all-electric SUV coupé provides enough capacity for a range of around 341 miles and can add an additional 62 miles of range in as little as seven minutes.

The Tavascan also features a 15-inch infotainment system – the largest so far in a CUPRA model.

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