Chevrolet and Nissan named 2019 Green Cars of the Year

2019 Nissan Leaf
2019 Nissan Leaf | Courtesy of Nissan

The Green Cars of the year have been named at the Green Car Awards at the Washington Auto Show.

Green Car Journal's 2019 Connected Green Car of the Year has been awarded to Nissan Leaf while Chevrolet's Dynamic Fuel Management won the 2019 Green Car Technology of the Year.

“Nissan's LEAF has impeccable 'green' credentials and a highly-desirable array of advanced and connected features,” said Ron Cogan, editor and publisher of Green Car Journal and “Chevrolet Dynamic Fuel Management epitomizes the innovation that continues to make internal combustion engines more efficient and relevant in an increasingly electrified world.”

Nissan Leaf beat out the Audi e-tron, Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid, Tesla Model 3 and Toyota RAV4 Hybrid for Connected Green Car of the Year. The finalists were honored with Green Car Journal's 2019 Product of Excellence recognition alongside the other finalists for Green Car Technology of the Year, the Hyundai Nexo Fuel Cell Powertrain, Nissan VC-Turbo Engine, Mitsubishi PHEV Powertrain and RAM eTorque.

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