Thanks to its widespread use and low emissions, the Ford ECOnetic lineup of cars, which are focused on low CO2
emissions, got an OekoGlobe 2008 award in Germany. The award, given in the category of "mass produced car," was designed
by environmental artist HA Schult. The ceremony took place at the DEVK insurance
building in Cologne, Germany. Ford started its lineup of ECOnetic cars last February and the name is derived from ECOlogy and kiNETIC, the design theme that Ford is using for its latest creations. The first model to spot this label was the Focus, with a 1.6-liter diesel
engine, a diesel particulate filter (DPF), fuel consumption of 4.3 l/100 km (55 mpg U.S.) and CO2
emissions of 115 g/km. There's also a Ford Mondeo ECOnetic that emits 139 g/km and an upcoming Fiesta spotting 98 g/km. This is not the first time Ford has won this award; last year the company won thanks to its flex-fuel powertrains.
[Source: Ford Germany