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Green Car Journal Announces Finalists For 2020 Green Car Of The Year And Green SUV Of The Year

Green Car Journal Announces Finalists For 2020 Green Car Of The Year And Green SUV Of The Year

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Green Car Journal, the recognized authority on the intersection of automobiles and the environment, has announced finalists for the magazine's coveted 2020 Green Car of the Year® and 2020 Green SUV of the Year™ awards.


"Recognizing environmental leadership in the auto industry has been a key part of our mission at Green Car Journal since the magazine's launch more than 25 years ago," said Ron Cogan, editor and publisher of Green Car Journal and"We've seen a lot change over those years. Today, there are wide-ranging 'green' car choices at the showroom, from high-efficiency internal combustion models and hybrids to a growing number of plug-in hybrids and all-electric vehicles. New car buyers seeking better environmental performance now have an amazing array of choices."

Cogan points out that a 'one-size-fits-all' focus is not workable in the auto field, an important reason to celebrate the wide diversity of vehicle styles, prices, and powertrains that now address fuel efficiency, decreased tailpipe and carbon emissions, and improved environmental impact. The following finalists for Green Car Awards™ presented at AutoMobility LA champion these values while providing growing choices to fit diverse needs and lifestyles.

"We're at a pivotal point in our industry where investment and innovation from leading manufacturers means we're forging a greener path. Marking this progress is essential, so we're incredibly proud to host The Green Car Awards at AutoMobility LA this year," said Terri Toennies, President of the LA Auto Show and AutoMobility LA. "As the focus on alt-fuel heightens, we will continue our commitment to providing a global platform to encourage further strides forward for our industry."


2020 Green Car of the Year® Finalists:

Kia's iconic Soul emerges as a new generation for 2020 with more aggressive styling cues highlighting its familiar shape. Its standard and turbo engines provide up to 35 mpg fuel efficiency.

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Date Posted: November 11, 2019