For most drivers, the words “fuel efficiency” aren’t the first to pop into mind when we hear about the latest supercar. From Porsche to McLaren, supercar brands are normally associated with astronomical fuel consumption, and for good reason.
Today we go to a radical change in the auto industry. Electric cars become more common, as well as hybrid cars. Energy-efficient transportation technologies such as electric batteries are rapidly improving. Diesel cars are back and the technological advances make them far better than ever. The cutting edge technology and efficiency improvements make even the internal-combustion gasoline engine better than before. The increasing fuel economy standards imposed by the government, the environmental concerns and the rising gas prices make the demand for green cars strong.
Recently on 5th June, we observed the world environment day, and environmentalists, policymakers, social activists and others from the world reiterated their vow for bettering the environmental conditions on this earth. If you can’t participate in dedicated environment protection movements, there is still something that you can do to safeguard the environment. And one important thing is to choose products which are more energy efficient. Among these, perhaps the most important consideration could be about choosing a motor vehicle that contributes the least to the air pollution. Today, all leading brands are manufacturing eco-friendly cars.
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With the slightly misleading title “VOLKSWAGEN’S JETTA HYBRID IS THE WORLDS FASTEST HYBRID”, the German automaker informed us today about a new speed record achieved by a specially prepped Jetta Hybrid sedan driven by Motor Trend magazine writer Carlos Lago at the Bonneville Salt Flats.
The new Polo BlueGT stands out in its ability to combine superior dynamic performance with extreme fuel-efficiency. The technical highlight of the progressive compact car is the cylinder deactivation system, which is being introduced for the first time in a Volkswagen – also known as active cylinder management or ACT. The system was realised with the new 1.4-litre TSI of the Polo BlueGT.
The first full hybrid vehicle to go on sale in the European B-segment and the flagship of the Yaris model range, the new Yaris Hybrid makes its world debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. Combining the ingenious packaging and urban agility of the Yaris model range with the unique driving experience and efficiency of Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive® (HSD), the new Yaris Hybrid is a major step in the company’s full hybrid European roll-out strategy.