The Detroit Auto Show 2011 seems to be dominated by high-end and affordable energy efficient vehicles this year, including hybrids and even fuel-cell vehicles: at the main floor was created the “Electric Avenue”, a 37,000-square-foot feature on the main floor of the 2010 show that will showcase electric vehicles and technology of both traditional automakers and innovative entrepreneurs. In this area people can see electric vehicles, learn about their production and drive it.

A number of manufacturers, like Porches, BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Toyota, Honda, Chevrolet, Ford, Nissan, FIAT, Volkswagen and Mitsubishi are presenting their new cars at the Detroit Auto Show, namely hybrids, electric cars, and electric vehicles. Mercedes Benz showing the B-Class fuel-cell vehicle. The B-Class F-Cell can cover 400km on a tank and can be refilled in about three minutes.

Source: The Huffington Post