DRIVe technology provides environmentally friendly driving the Swedish automaker Volvo is continuing the general trend towards environmentally friendly driving. In the 2010 model year, a model will appear thus in each vehicle class, which is characterized by low emissions of carbon dioxide and low consumption values. The so-called DRIVe technology with start/stop system and braking energy recovery is ensured, as the Internet portal reported auto.de. Rising sales of blue-motion, BlueEfficiency or EcoFlex models shows that environmental friendliness for potential car buyers is already not a foreign Word. The use of DRIVe technology it should no longer be according the Swedish manufacturer a limited version or special models. For more information see this site: starbucks in new york. So, the environmentally friendly technology in the models will be to find Volvo C30, S40, V50, V70, S80, XC60 and XC70, which are available from 21.790 to 39.480 euros.
The diesel models are divided into three classes of CO2 emission. As especially consumption-poor (3.9 liters per 100 kilometers), make C30 / S40-/ V50 models with a 1.6 liter four-cylinder diesel including start/stop system. Thereby are also lovers of fast rides at their own expense. With 109 PS Volvo models are quite respectable and even the lowest taxation levels in Europe is achieved with just 104 g / km of CO2 emissions. Next year, the use of renewable battery charging, with up to three percent are consumed less fuel is also new. This mechanism is effective, when the gas pedal is released or pressed the brake when the gear.
And with the help of the start/stop system another five percent can be saved according to the Swedish manufacturer fuel by automatically shuts off the engine when not using the clutch.