Man, what a show. We've written about 80 posts about the Frankfurt Motor Show so far, which goes to show that the organizer's theme of sustainability mobility was not just something thrown together at the last minute. The automakers brought the goods to this show, whether it was in concept or ready-for-production form. Thanks to today's insane hoopla surrounding the debuts, though, it was easy to get overwhelmed by the offerings. Heck, earlier today we were posting every 20 minutes or so. I hope many of you enjoyed hitting the refresh button for the latest details, but I know not all of you have that luxury. To meet everyone's needs, here's a recap of every singe car at the Frankfurt Motor Show that we've written about to date. To give you some comparisons, I'm including pictures of each car, along with mpg and CO2 emissions numbers where we know them, and links to individual posts where you can digest more information about these fine examples of sustainable mobility. Here are the vehicles included in this round-up:
Click past the jump to check them all out.

Toyota iQ


2009 Mercedes-Benz ML 450 Two-Mode Hybrid. An SUV with 30.5 mpg and a CO2 output of 185 g/km.



VW Golf BlueMotion = average 52.2 mpg and CO2 emissions of 119 g/km.


BMW X6 hybrid gets 30.5 mpg with a CO2 output of 185 g/km (check the video)


Smart ForTwo micro hybrid = 55 mpg; CO2 of 103g/km


Mercedes-Benz F700 (DiesOtto) 44.3 mpg and only 127 g/km of CO2. (Video)


Opel Flextreme Concept puts out an amazingly low 40g/km of CO2. Peep the video.


Volvo ReCharge = 124mpg and a 62 mile EV-only range


Biodiesel Mustang


AC Schnitzer GP3.10


Mazda 6


Hyundai i-Blue Fuel cell concept (video)


Fiat Panda Aria


Citroën C-Cactus



Volkswagen up! and the video.



Mercedes-Benz S-Class Hybrids get 29.8 mpg or 43.6 mpg, depending on style



European-spec Ford Focus 2008. Numbers vary depending on the engine type, but the Focus ECOnetic gets 65mpg and 115 g/km of CO2.


Audi A4 gets 48 mpg with CO2 emissions under 129 g per km.


Ford Verve, part of the ECOnetic line


Nissan Mixim EV and the video.


Peugeot 308 Hybrid HDi 69 mpg and 90 g/km of CO2.


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