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Infineum is a leader in the formulation and manufacturing of petroleum additives for lubricants and fuels and has been developing products to enhance the performance of vehicles for over 80 years. Infineum's products are used in 1-in-3 of the world's vehicles and they expect to continue to make advances in the fuel efficiency of vehicles for many years to come.
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The Peugeot 3008 Crossover, with HYbrid4 technology, is the first diesel-electric ‘Full Hybrid’ production car in the world. Peugeot believe the combination of a powerful yet fuel efficient diesel engine and electric motor is the optimal combination for a hybrid vehicle. Unlike previous hybrid vehicles which have chosen to use a less fuel efficient petrol engine, the HYbrid4’s diesel engine provides a Combined Drive Cycle fuel consumption of 74mpg, and as little as 99g/km CO2. Drivers can switch between four different operating modes; Auto, electric-only, 4wd and Sport Silent.
By using ITM Power’s electrolyser technology to produce hydrogen, future cars like Hyundai's highly-advanced Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Demonstrator could be re-fuelled anywhere at an affordable price, using only water and renewable electricity. The Hyundai FCEV ix35 (Tucson body) will be on show at the Investing in Future Transport Conference, City Hall, 16 August 2012.
Nissan's environmental philosophy is encapsulated in the phrase "symbiosis of people, vehicles and nature." This expresses our ideal picture of a sustainable mobile society. To contribute to the creation of this society, we are aiming to become a "sincere eco-innovator."
Diesel? Hybrid? Electric? Petrol? There are lots of options when it comes to choosing the most environmentally friendly car. That's why Start have created an interactive tool that aims to provide a rough guide to the best choices for you - taking into account how much you drive, how far and much more.
For the fourth year in succession, the 2009 Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) has ranked the BMW Group as the most sustainable car company in the world. The company offers the most efficient cars in the premium segment courtesy of EfficientDynamics technologies.