Volkswagen Passat BlueMotion to debut at Geneva

Volkswagen’s Polo BlueMotion is said to be cleaner than a Toyota Prius with its three cylinder 1.4 direct injection turbodiesel engine that gives it the ability to do 72.4 mpg. Now Volkswagen will be adding to their BlueMotion line with a Passat which is set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The new Volkswagen Passat BlueMotion is expected to emit 103g/km of CO2 and have a fuel consumption rating of 60.3 mpg.

The BlueMotion tag on Volkswagen models basically means that the diesel cars are a more greener version of their regular counterpart. Volkswagen will continue to add to their BlueMotion line in Europe.

Source: AutoblogGreen

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