Monthly Archives: July 2015

Clean Under the Hood: 2015’s Best Green Cars

The developments in technology have brought humanity a lot of comforts, but accompanying these innovations are substances that destroy the environment. In recent years, however, a new type of technology has been developed, which continues to find new horizons today. Environment-friendly technology or green technology is on the rise.


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Among the industries that incorporate green tech is the automotive industry. Brands like BMW, Volkswagen, Toyota, Chevrolet, Tesla, Honda, Nissan, and Ford are just some of the names that have joined the race in green car innovation. Below is a list of the best green cars of 2015:

Volkswagen Jetta TDI: In some circles, the Jetta TDI is considered a legend. This is the only diesel-powered car on this list. The Jetta offers a mix of European appeal and affordability.

2015 Ford C-Max Hybrid: This car is available in both hybrid and plug-in hybrid (C-Max Energi). With a bigger battery, C-Max Energi boasts an all-electric range of 21 miles.

2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid: The Toyota Camry hybrid model received significant improvements in interior design and driving response compared to previous Camry models.

2015 Chevrolet Volt: While most hybrid plug-ins deliver a range between 10 and 20 miles, the Chevy Volt remains at the top with 38 miles of range in electricity alone.


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2015 Tesla Model S: This Tesla’s electric car is a combination of aesthetics and engineering. Not only does it offer the longest range of any all-electric, it could reach to 60 mph faster than many performance cars.

Janique Goff is a business development manager who supports the development of green technology. Get access to more articles about green technology here.