Cleanest premium cars 'made by BMW'

Mon, 21 Jul 2008
Automobile manufacturer BMW is making the market's cleanest premium vehicles, according to new research.

Statistics released by Clean Green Cars show that there has been an average emissions cut of 11.34 per cent across its vehicles since January 2008.

Over the same period, Audi, Mercedes and Lexus have cut CO2 output by 5.78 per cent, 4.13 per cent and 2.16 per cent respectively.

People looking for car buying advice who want a greener vehicle could subsequently look to the automaker.

"The BMW Group should be praised for its leading stance in this area. It's proof that driving dynamics can go hand-in-hand with a green conscience," commented Jay Nagley from Clean Green Cars.

Officials in Beijing have announced that they will only be allowing the city's 3.3 million vehicles to take to the road on alternate days during this year's Olympics.

Motorists will be able to travel if their car number plate ends in odd or even digits.

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