Bio-fuels, hybrids and electric cars are what car manufacturers are leaning towards.
The development costs of these technologies are high and the impact of this directly impacts customers.
Mercedes-Benz too believes in saving our blue planet (as earth appears when viewed from the space) and recently we saw their BlueEfficiency technology being used in their new cars (Yes, BlueEfficiency won the CarWale Green initiative award).
We first saw it on the E350 CDI, and now even the new C200 CGI has been badged with the BlueEfficiency tag.
The BlueEfficiency cars have undergone changes in their aerodynamic design, powertrains and have made use of lighter construction materials in some cases.
Text and Images: Carwale.com
Also see: Mercedes Benz launches petrol variant of C-Class sedan