The Auto Channel Presents Exclusive PRESS PASS COVERAGE of the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show


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Last week marked the start of the 2007/2008 Auto Shows season, with one of the largest and most exciting of the year; the 62nd Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung – commonly known (in English) as the Frankfurt Motor Show.

And for the first time ever THE AUTO CHANNEL has been providing its unique PRESS PASS COVERAGE of the show.

As if you were here, you can learn about and see all the news almost as it happens, as well as getting a little insight about this charming, yet modern European commercial center. You can read about it as text, see photographs and illustrations, and watch complete video coverage of the manufacturers’ press unveilings. Along with a team of TACH journalists, Executive VP & Co-Publisher Marc J. Rauch, was on the ground in Frankfurt to document the action.

For a comprehensive listing of all the events and coverage CLICK HERE.

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