On time for the start of his new climate protection campaign entitled "Tübingen goes green. 10% less CO2 by 2010" Boris Palmer, the mayor of Tübingen has taken delivery of his new business car - a smart fortwo micro hybrid drive (mhd). The administrative head of the university town opted for a smart – a brand now sold successfully in 37 countries – first and foremost for environmental reasons.
With its innovative start/stop function the smart fortwo mhd is particularly economical and consumes just 4.3 litres of fuel over 100 kilometres (CO2 emissions: 103 g/km). It therefore meets the high ecological demands of the committed Green Party politician in the executive seat of the historic town on the river Neckar.
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