Once an important player on the European market thanks to its affordable cars and large trucks, German brand Borgward was revived after a 54-year hiatus at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show. But, against all rumors and despite its past, Borgward returned to the market with a seven-seat SUV. Dubbed BX7, the brand’s first modern vehicle is a daring proposition. Built and developed in cooperation with Chinese truck manufacturer Foton, the BX7 is aimed at the premum market and Borgward hopes to compete against the likes of BMW X3 and Audi Q5. Although final production version and info about pricing and availability have yet to be unveiled, Borgward is already planning to showcase a second SUV.