Over in the UK, the Environmental Transport Association (ETA) has announced its 2010 Green Car Awards (to our knowledge this is not affiliated in any way with the Green Car of the Year presented by Green Car Journal) and gave the Toyota iQ the top prize. In addition to the overall green car prize, the iQ won in the city car category.
ETA named the most and least green cars in a wide variety of market segments. The overall least green car for 2010 is the Lamborghini Murcielago. In the "large" family car category, the BMW 320d took the green honors while the Vauxhall Insignia VXR (aka Opel Isignia OPC) was named not-so-friendly to the environment.
BMW also took honors in the luxury car category for the diesel-powered 740d over the Bentley Brooklands. The full list of winners and losers is after the jump. The diminutive iQ arrives in the U.S. next year as a Scion.