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Frankfurt Motor Show 2013

Carmakers at Europe’s largest and brashest car show are keen to talk up the future despite years of falling sales on the continent

Green is the colour at Frankfurt car show

German carmakers reveal first pure-electric vehicles at automotive event

German carmakers join ‘green’ revolution

Industry approaches electric or hybrid ‘tipping point’

Ferrari to spend €2bn on engines

Italian marque aims high in fuel-efficiency and performance

European cars: kicking the tireds

Investors seeking bargains should steer carefully

An Audi A8 is reflected in the ceiling during a media preview day at the Frankfurt Motor Show

‘Facelifts’ whet appetite for older models

Makeovers with tweaks to design feature at Frankfurt

Volvo looks to small cars for US revival

Samuelsson says abandoning market segment was a mistake

VW’s senior executives deny exit claims

Chairman and chief executive to remain at the helm

Mercedes-Benz S 500 INTELLIGENT DRIVE - autonom durch Ãœberland- und Stadtverkehr Mercedes-Benz S 500 INTELLIGENT DRIVE - autonomously through country roads and inner-city traffic

Clearing the road for self-driving cars

Mercedes’ auto-braking and self-positioning just the start

Toyota hybrid sales surge in Europe

Momentum for green cars at ‘tipping point’ on continent

Jaguar's Castle Bromwich plant, Birmingham
©Chalrlie Bibby

JLR invests £1.5bn in new Jaguar models

Move to target fast-growing, high-volume segments

Carmakers’ hopes rise on way to Frankfurt

Falling sales in Europe show signs of ebbing

Frankfurt motor show 2013

The world’s carmakers seek to dazzle at the annual jamboree

McLaren starts its engines in China

British supercar maker races to catch luxury rivals

Dacia leads EM drive into Europe

Renault brand’s no-frills approach is winning battle for sales

UK car industry races ahead

Sales for 2013 expected to top 2.2m, defying European slowdown

Europe’s carmakers are driving with care

Carmakers’ results suggest recovery in balance sheets

Jaguar bets future on smaller models

New range pits British carmaker against BMW and Mercedes

Carmakers struggle to steer around crash

European sector and politicians at loggerheads over cutting costs

Europe’s auto market gloom to last until 2019

Report raises spectre of further plant closures across continent

European woes dent German carmakers

Volkswagen profits fall 26% as Daimler issues warning

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