U.K. new cars now average 170.8 g/km of carbon dioxide, dropping 5.6% from 180.9 g/km in 2009. DrivenData Ltd. says in a statement the reduction is based on auto makers’ claimed figures. The company has a database with comprehensive specifications for every current vehicle model on sale in the U.K. The 5.6% drop represents the most-significant progress made by U.K. auto makers in a 12-month period over the past five years, DrivenData says. CO2 emissions were reduced 3.6% in 2009, a ...
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