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Published on September 15th, 2017 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez

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Mercedes-Benz Flexed Its Muscles at this years Frankfurt International Motor Show

Held from 14th to 24th September 2017, this years automotive how was the first time many brands did not participate…..Volvo, Jeep, FIAT and Alfa Romeo to name a few and Audi AG decided not to have a huge Pavilion right across from Mercedes-Benz and instead take up a sizeable space in the VW Group hall.

However Mercedes-Benz showed its ‘might’ and reinforced its ambition to help shape the mobility of tomorrow with a range of new and exciting vehicles to cater to all needs. From a hypercar sharing almost 100% F1 racing technology, to a self driving Smart pod with no steering wheel.

With the Mercedes-AMG Project ONE the sports car and performance brand is celebrating the highlight of its 50th anniversary. This hypercar with Formula 1 hybrid drive technology points the way to AMG’s “Future of Driving Performance”.

A new smart showcar showed an intelligent solution for shared urban mobility. Further outlooks on the full electrification of the portfolio are provided by a concept car in the compact car segment and the GLC F‑CELL, a pre-series model with fuel cell hybrid drive.

Also celebrating their world première at the show were the comprehensively updated S-Class Coupé and S‑Class Cabriolet in both the standard and AMG versions, which rounded off the model range.


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