BMW puts Olympics green fleet into motion

Jessica Shankleman
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Automaker says average fleet emissions of more than 3,000 vehicles will be 116g/CO2 per km

BMW has unveiled the 200 electric vehicles and 400 bicycles that will help ensure the London Olympics Games' fleet does not exceed average emissions of 120 grams of CO2 per kilometre. The automaker...

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