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Power yields to progress inFrankfurt

Not that long ago, the Frankfurt Motor Show seemed to be a horsepower competition to see who could produce the fastest, most powerful cars.

19th September, 2009

Not that long ago, the Frankfurt Motor Show seemed to be a horsepower competition to see who could produce the fastest, most powerful cars.

This year, manufacturers fought for the lowest emissions, with less than 100g/km CO2 the benchmark.

Electric or part-electric/hybrid models were a very common sight , too. Renault unveiled no fewer than four plug-in electric models; Peugeot revealed production versions of its diesel/hybrid vehicles; Mercedes-Benz gave pride of place to its...

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