If you’re counting, this makes it two years in a row for the TDI to win Green Car Journal’s 2010 Green Car of the Year®. The Audi A3 TDI was up against the popular Honda Insight hybrid, Mercury Milan Hybrid, and Toyota Prius. With a 42 mpg highway fuel efficiency as well as being able to run on B5 biodiesel and low CO2 emissions, it’s a great option for the commuter. Clean diesel is here and it will stay.
- EPA-estimated 42 MPG highway is highest of any luxury car sold in the U.S.
- Audi TDI clean diesel 2.0 engine delivers optimal power with uniquely low emissions
- The Green Car of the Year® award is the industry measure of environmental innovation
Green and performance luxury needn’t be mutually exclusive concepts. That’s a core belief at Audi. Today, that philosophy paid off with the all-new A3 TDI earning the prestigious title of 2010 Green Car of the Year®. Continue reading ‘Audi A3 TDI named 2010 Green Car of the Year’