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On 4 February 2013, PSA Peugeot Citroën received the Ecobest 2012 award for marketing a wide range of technologies designed to improve its vehicles' environmental performance.
The Group is once again European leader in low carbon vehicles in 2012 with average CO2 emissions of 122.5 grams per kilometre.
Christian Chapelle, Vice President Powertrain and Chassis Engineering, was presented with the award by a jury of automotive journalists from 15 countries in Central and Eastern Europe, in the presence of Kostís Hadjidákis, Greek Minister for Transport and Infrastructures.
In particular, the jury saluted the Group's world premiere launch of HYbrid4 diesel hybrid technology as well as its marketing of micro-hybrid solutions.
Each year, the Group allocates substantial sums to reducing the CO2 emissions of the vehicles its sells with the goal of offering a clean car for every type of use. Advances in powertrain technology, combined with work to reduce vehicle weight and improve aerodynamic performance, have made it possible for the Group to lower its corporate average CO2 emissions to 122.5 grams per kilometre and meet the European Commission's 2015 target in 2011.
The Group offers a broad array of technologies, ranging from conventional engines to pure electrics.
The Group's engineers are also pursuing research on breakthrough innovations that will further improve environmental performance. In particular, PSA Peugeot Citroën recently unveiled several revolutionary technologies in a world first, including: