Ford set to surpass CO2 emission targetFriday, October 1, 2010 11:03
Ford is powering ahead with newer technologies and vehicle improvements in order to achieve its carbon emissions goals.
At the moment, the latest developments look set to help Ford surpass its target of cutting down carbon emissions by 30 per cent by 2020.
The car manufacturer has made a plethora of additional technologies available to customers interested in making their driving a greener experience.
A large number of vehicles manufactured by the brand now come with the optional Eco Mode and Smart Regenerative Charging.
Users can also take advantage of the Ford Auto-Start-Stop features, which enhances fuel efficiency in cars.
Ford has recently launched the Mondeo ECOnetic that limits carbon emissions to 115 g/km. On the other hand, the improved Ford Ka only emits 109 g/km of CO2. The cars also offer fuel economy of 4.3 l/100km and 4.1 l/100 km respectively.
The upcoming Australian International Motor Show in October will also bear witness to the worldwide premier of the brand new Ford Ranger.