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For a cross section of the electric and hybrid vehicles that automakers have either in the pipeline for production or on deck for conceptual development in the next few years, you can’t beat Frankfurt, Germany this week. From Hyundai’s first ever plug-in hybrid concept (a potential […]

For a cross section of the electric and hybrid vehicles that automakers have either in the pipeline for production or on deck for conceptual development in the next few years, you can’t beat Frankfurt, Germany this week. From Hyundai’s first ever plug-in hybrid concept (a potential Chevy Volt challenger) to the Department of Energy-backed Model S sedan in the works from Tesla Motors, the Frankfurt Motor Show has brought us images of a future electric and hybrid auto industry like never before. Here are some of our favorites from the event.

 

  1. That’s awesome to see so many manufacturers embrace the EV. I’m most excited about the Tesla Model S and the REVA NXR.

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    1. Josie Garthwaite Thursday, September 17, 2009

      Those are two very different cars — I’m curious why they’re your faves.

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  2. Hah! You saved me some work, again, Josie. I’ve been putting off doing this piece for a couple days.

    Now, I can just link to you and plug the wonderful world of GigaOm at the same time.

    As ever, thank you for doing the heavy lifting.

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  3. I’ve removed it, Josie.

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    1. Josie Garthwaite Thursday, September 17, 2009

      Thanks Eidard. You like the Kia Sorrento diesel hybrid, eh?

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  4. [...] PHOTOS: The Best Electric & Hybrid Cars From the Frankfurt Motor Show: For a cross section of the electric and hybrid vehicles that automakers have either in the pipeline for production or on deck for conceptual development in the next few years, you couldn’t beat Frankfurt, Germany last week. [...]

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  5. [...] VW says in its release that the Up! Lite design (variation in the same family as the electric E-Up! concept shown in Frankfurt this year), “underscores just how fascinating a car tuned to aerodynamic perfection can [...]

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