The Audi prologue allroad design concept, with plug-in hybrid technology and quattro all-wheel drive, delivers 900Nm of system torque as well as 117mpg on the NEDC cycle.
The BMW X5 xDrive40e plug-in hybrid offers an official economy figure of 85.6mpg, 77g/km CO2 emissions, 313hp and 450Nm torque, along with all-wheel-drive.
The forthcoming new Renault Kadjar – available with two or four-wheel drive – will return up to 74.3mpg, equating to CO2 emissions as low as 99g/km.
The new Mazda CX-3 has an official combined economy figure of 70.6mpg and emissions of just 105g/km CO2 for the front-wheel drive, 1.5-litre diesel model.
The new Audi Q7 e-tron quattro is the first diesel plug-in hybrid with quattro drive from Audi, and in its segment, and it offers the potential of 166mpg and sub-50g/km CO2 emissions, as well as an electric-only range of up to 34 miles.
The 2016 model year Range Rover Evoque will be capable of achieving 68mpg and 109g/km CO2 emissions for the front-wheel drive eD4 Coupe.
Mazda will be showing three great-looking new models at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show; the Mazda CX-3, Mazda MX-5, and Mazda2.
The Renault Kadjar is the company’s new C-segment crossover, available in four-wheel drive or two-wheel drive, together with the promise of impressive fuel economy and low emissions.
The new Audi Q7 is 325Kg lighter, 26 per cent more efficient, and it boasts the first diesel plug-in hybrid with quattro drive, capable of an official 166mpg.
The Volvo XC90 T8 is a 7-seat SUV with ‘twin engine’ technology and emissions of just 59g/km CO2.