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Green Motion grows again!
Once again, the eco car rental company, Green Motion exhibits at this year’s Green Fleet Arrive & Drive at Rockingham Raceway, Northamptonshire, England. This year’s show is bigger than ever with a record number of high profile motor manufacturers exhibiting their low emission fleets.
Cars on show including the following:
BMW - the new BMW i3 with zero emissions along with the 1 Series with CO2 99 g/km
Mini - featuring the new 5 Door Mini along with their class leading 3 Door Mini with CO2 89 g/km
Citroen – the new Citroen C1 with CO2 88 g/km, the new C4 Cactus with CO2 82 g/km and their DS5 Hybrid with CO2 85 g/km
Peugeot - the new Peugeot 108 with CO2 88 g/km and the Peugeot iOn with zero emissions
Nissan - the all new Pulsar with CO2 94 g/km, the all electric Nissan Leaf with zero emissions and the new Qashqai with CO2 99 g/km
Vauxhall - Astra CDTi with CO2 97 g/km and the Vauxhall Ampera with 27 g/km
Volkswagen - new all electric E-Up! along with the BlueMotion Golf with CO2 85 g/km
Renault - all electric Zoe with zero emissions and the Twizy also with zero emissions
Volvo - the S60 with CO2 99 g/km and the V40 with Drive-E powertrain CO2 74.3 g/km
Toyota - Yaris Hybrid with CO2 75 g/km, Auris Hybrid with CO2 84 g/km and the Prius Plug-In Hybrid with CO2 49 g/km
Lexus - CT 200h Hybrid with CO2 82 g/km and the new IS 300h Hybrid with CO2 99 g/km
Ford - Fiesta EcoBoost with CO2 99 g/km
Hyundai - i10 Blue Drive with CO2 98 g/km
Tesla - making its debut this year with the Model S all electric vehicle
Richard Lowden, founder and chairman of Green Motion said, “I am delighted that myself and my team are once again able to support the promotion of green motoring in association with Green Fleet magazine. The Green Fleet Arrive & Drive show gives a genuine opportunity for fleet decision makers to try for themselves the latest in low CO2 technology and see how they can join Green Motion in the green motoring revolution.”
Richard went on to say, “The vehicles on display truly demonstrate how low CO2 motoring is now a reality not a dream with large and small fleets being able to easily achieve a sub 100 g/km emissions target.”
For further information on the Green Fleet rocking event, please see www.greenfleet.net.