For the fourth year running, Fiat Automobiles has recorded the lowest level of CO2 emissions by vehicles sold in Europe in 2010, with an average measurement of 123.1 g/km.
Besides this, the group was also ranked first with 125.9 g/km, an improvement of 5 g/km on last year. The record has been certified by JATO Dynamics, a leading automotive consultancy and research firm.
Through the use of ingenious solutions such as the TwinAir engine, alternative fuels such as Methane and the innovative eco:Drive technology, the group has reduced its average emissions by 10%, from 137.3 to 123.1 g/km of CO2 which is even lower than the target set out by the European Union for 2015 ( 130 g/km).
All of Fiat's eco-technological innovation is grouped under the "Air Technologies" brand, which represents and encapsulates the evolution of a single idea.
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