Renault Group has become the European leader in terms of low CO2 emissions based on its sales of passenger cars over the first half of 2013.
Renault Group has moved into pole position in Europe in terms of low CO2 emissions, with an average of 115.9g of CO2/km* per vehicle (source: AAA-DATA**) based on its passenger car sales over the first half of 2013.
Renault Group owes this performance to the recent rejuvenation of its model ranges, notably including five models that return less than 100g of CO2/km (Twingo, New Clio, Captur, MÃ©gane and Dacia Sandero). Indeed, in the small five-seater diesel car sector, New Clio Energy dCi 90 ecoÂ² is the class leader with 83g of CO2/km. Overall, the New Renault Clio range emits 18.5g of CO2/km less than the model’s previous generation.
Meanwhile, Renault is Europe’s number one brand for electric mobility, and its electric vehicle sales have also contributed significantly to the Group’s low average CO2 emissions. Taken as a whole, the average level of CO2 emissions per kilometre across Renault Group’s entire model range has improved by nearly 10g/km in the first half of 2013 over 2012, falling from 125.5g/km to 115.9g/km.