Some drivers love large luxury sedans sedans. What's more, there's nothing that denotes luxury quite like the largest car from a premium brand. They might be impractical in some European cities, but that's for the chauffeur to worry about. For the green-minded baron, though, there are always concerns about high fuel consumption and, well, sometimes you can do the job with a smaller car. However, for those times when we just need to be driven in a big sedan, let's see what the European market has to offer. After the jump we have a list of luxurious sedans ordered by CO2 emissions. And for once, this is a list - despite the inclusion of a few diesels - that includes many players from the American market as well. Click past the jump for the complete list.


[Source: Auto News]


Model name Engine size
(cm3)
Horsepower Fuel consumption
(l/100km)
Mileage
mpg
CO2
(g/km)
emissions
Bentley Arnage R 6,761 456 19.5 12.1 465
Bentley Continental Flying Spur 5,998 560 16.6 14.2 396
Bentley Continental Flying Spur 5,998 560 16.6 14.2 396
Maybach 57 5,513 550 15.9 14.8 383
Rolls-Royce Phantom 6,749 460 15.7 15.0 377
Maserati Quattroporte 4.2 V8 Automatic 4.244 400 14.7 16.0 345
Cadillac STS 3.6 V6 3,564 257 12.2 19.3 285
Honda Legend 3.7 V6 Automatic 3,665 295 11.6 20.3 269
VW Phaeton V6 TDI 4Motion Tiptronic* 2,967 240 9.1 25.8 240
Lexus LS 600h (Hybrid) 4,969 445 9.3 25.3 219
Chrysler 300C 3.0 CRD* 2.987 218 8.1 29.0 215
Jaguar XJ6 2.7D V6* 2.720 207 8.1 29.0 214
Mercedes S 320 CDI BlueEfficiency 7G-Tronic* 2.987 235 7.6 30.9 199
Audi A8 2.8 FSI multitronic 2.773 210 8.3 28.3 199
BMW 730d* 2.993 245 7.2 32.7 192

* Denotes a diesel car

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