The Green Vehicle Guide, an Australian Government Initiative, ranks vehicles best to worst based on their CO2 emissions. Based on their rigorous testing, they have listed the top 20 vehicles. See below for the full list.
  1. BMW i3 Image credit: BMW
  2. Renault ZOE
  3. Renault Kangoo ZE
  4. Tesla Model S
  5. Tesla Model X
  6. Audi A3 Sportback
  7. Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
  8. Volvo S90
  9. Audi Q7
  10. Volvo XC90
  11. Volvo XC60
  12. BMW 330e
  13. BMW i8
  14. BMW 740e
  15. Mercedes-Benz E350e
  16. Mercedes-Benz C350e
  17. Porsche G2 Panamera
  18. Mercedes-Benz GLE500e
  19. BMW xDrive40e
  20. Porsche Cayenne Plug-in Hybrid
The Green Vehicle Guide, an Australian Government Initiative, ranks vehicles best to worst based on their CO2 emissions. All vehicles are tested in accordance with Australian Design Rule (ADR) 81/02 to determine both fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Vehicles are ranked by combined tailpipe CO2 emissions (lowest to highest). In cases where the tailpipe emissions are equal, vehicles are then ranked by urban CO2 emissions, followed by extra urban CO2, energy consumption, electric range, air pollution standard and noise. Where all results are equal, vehicles can then be ranked in alphabetical order (by make, model and variant).

12 Mar