Maybe it does take a car company known by its blue oval logo to gravitate to green.
Because becoming more environmentally responsible is what colors Ford’s current world.
In a new infographic from Salt Lake City, Utah’s most respected Ford dealership, Henry Day Ford, you can see that the company has made great strides in upping the eco-value of its rides.
For instance, in 2011, the typical Ford vehicle emitted 0.91 metric tons of greenhouse gasses. But in a span of just two years, Ford achieved a remarkable drop in those emissions to less than 0.78 per vehicle.
It’s all part of Ford’s plan for reducing vehicle waste by 40 percent by the year 2016.
You can learn more about it in the visual shared below.