The Frankfurt Motor Show for the year will surely bring a lot of amazing automobiles and concepts to the foray. And to begin proceedings, we have the hydrogen fuel-cell powered Mercedes-Benz F125 concept that promises an average of 105 mpg. Taking a cue from the S-Class coupe for its roofline and the Mercedes CLS for the six-bar grille, the car is a four-seater sedan-styled model with a 470-liter boot.
The interiors are modern, spacious, and simple, just like every other Mercedes-Benz. You can fold away the front passenger seat to create a reclined seating style for the rear passenger. Set in carbon fiber reinforced plastic and aluminum, the lightweight car works on gesture controls. The car can hit 0-62 mph in less than five seconds.
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