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Mercedes has confirmed its Frankfurt Motor Show lineup, with the stars being the near-production version of the AMG Project One, a fully electric compact concept under the EQ brand and a fuel-cell hydrogen version of the GLC SUV. 

Mercedes will have over 100 vehicles on display at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and they will finally show off the upcoming AMG Project One hypercar and what it will look like once it hits its limited production run, with the company claiming it will be "the first-ever automobile to feature genuine F1 hybrid technology."

Mercedes wants to demonstrate its faith towards fuel-cell technology, with the introduction of the GLC F-Cell EQ Power –which can be seen in the gallery – a fuel cell plug-in hybrid that offers a long range of 500 km (310 miles), short hydrogen fuelling times and locally zero-emission driving. 

There is no doubt that the Frankfurt Motor Show will keep Mercedes busy, once Frankfurt opens its gates on Monday, September 11.

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