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- May 1, 2013
The European Parliament's Environment Committee has voted to adopt proposals to set an indicative 2025 target of CO2 emissions from new cars of 68-75g CO2/km, or 106mpg.
- April 2, 2013
The all-new Range Rover Sport has a weight saving of up to 420kg, fuel consumption cut by up to 24 percent, and a hybrid model will be arriving with emissions of just 169g/km CO2.
- April 1, 2013
The all-new MINI Paceman is available with two diesel and two petrol engines, offering up to 64.2mpg fuel economy and 115g/km emissions.
- January 20, 2012
Goodyear is launching an EfficientGrip SUV Tyre specially designed for Sports Utility Vehicles that offers both grip and low rolling resistance.
- December 7, 2011
The average new car now achieves 52.5 mpg, according to figures for November from the SMMT.
- October 10, 2011
A smart fortwo CDI driven by Mick Linford has achieved 99.24 mpg in the 2011 ALD Automotive Shell FuelSave MPG Marathon.
- May 13, 2011
A Skoda Fabia GreenLine has completed 1,246 miles on a single 45-litre tank of fuel, equating to an average fuel consumption of 127.8 mpg.
- May 9, 2011
Two teams from the UK are preparing to enter cars in the Shell European Eco-marathon, with the aim of beating last year’s record of 11,516 mpg.
- July 27, 2010
The bets are on for an entrant to achieve 100 mpg at the 2010 ALD Automotive/TOTAL ECO 10 MPG Marathon.
- March 30, 2010
Following re-homologation the 1.6HDi and 2.0HDi C4 Picasso and C4 Grand Picasso models now have revised fuel consumption ratings.