Electric vehicles dominate the Renault stand at the Frankfurt motor show.
The company has no less than four concept cars on display, all which have some form of production future.
Renault has committed itself to begin widescale electric vehicle production from 2011 and – along with partner Nissan – to become the world leader in bringing them to a mass market.
What's on show?
Renault's Frankfurt motor show stars include a two-seater that is little bigger than a scooter, a Kangoo that's likely to go on sale as an electric van, a supermini-sized car and a compact saloon.
It's also likely that the production versions of all four will make it to Britain.
Renault plans to build electric versions of existing models as well as bespoke offerings based on a platform it has created with Nissan.
The Nissan Leaf is the Japanese company's first model to come from it.
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