Fiat Is Still Top Of The Green Tree
Fiat Automobiles is still top of the tree, in regards to green emissions. According to the world’s leading automotive consultancy and research firm JATO Dynamics, Fiat has registered the lowest average CO2 emission cars in Europe for the fourth consecutive year.
Well ahead of the 2015 European target of 130 g/km, Fiats average is just 123.1 g/km. This eco-friendly achievement is thanks to Fiat’s MultiAir, MultiJet and TwinAir engines.
Other initiatives such as alternative fuels (CNG Natural Power and LPG Easy Power), Start&Stop; electronic gearshift management (Dualogic robotised transmission), electronic traction management (Traction Plus) and Fiat’s eco:Drive contribute to Fiats dominance in this ecological issue.
Fiat’s eco:Drive the in-car software which analyses driver behaviour and suggests ways to improve it. Fiat eco:Drive is available on the 500, 500C, Punto Evo, Bravo, Qubo and Doblò models. Three of Fiats models rank high for low emissions the Fiat 500 with 116.0 g/km of CO2, Fiat Panda with 118.9 g/km and the Fiat Punto with 123.5 g/km.
Fiat’s long-term strategy to make the world a cleaner place in which to live, is implemented through technological solutions aimed at containing consumption and emissions and also by raising the awareness of motorists to spur a more responsible, eco-compatible use of their cars.