Inside your Land Rover
Land Rover cars may be big and ready to tackle any terrain but that doesn't make them gas guzzlers. Land Rover vehicles have been specially configured to reduce the amount of carbon emissions and create a more fuel-efficient vehicle for you. Systems like the Stop/Start system as well as Intelligent Power Management Systems have been developed to help reach the goal Land Rover has set for its vehicles. Land Rover plans to reduce CO2 emissions by 25 percent in the next five years. 2011 Range Rover Evoque Evanston dealers confirm Land Rover also has the small Range Rover on the horizon to give Land Rover fans another fuel-efficient option. Land Rover will still provide the utility and the style it is known for while adjusting vehicles to create a better environment and lower carbon emissions.
The Bigger Picture
Land Rover, like all automakers creates carbon emissions while creating Land Rover vehicles. However, Land Rover is not only lowering emissions from the vehicles they are lowering emissions from the Land Rover plants as well. Land Rover has set goals to significantly reduce the amount of CO2 emissions, waste and water consumption used in manufacturing. Even though CO2 emissions are dropping Land Rover has invested in a carbon-offsetting program in the mean time. Land Rover has invested in several carbon reduction programs. Land Rover is not only invested in carbon offsetting programs, we also work with conservation and humanitarian organizations across the world. Land Rover is partnered with several different programs that help with different issues from people to animals to science. To find out more information about the different partnerships or about the tools Land Rover uses to reduce carbon emissions visit the Land Rover website.