Module 7 assesses companies’ customer engagement efforts. Including low-carbon vehicle options in product ranges is not enough, on its own, to achieve rapid low-carbon transition. Companies must make active efforts to influence their customers and direct a culture change away from high-emitting vehicles

Ranking overview

30 companies

1 Progress is equal Groupe PSA
0.8 / 0.8
- Progress is equal Tesla
0.8 / 0.8
3 Progress is down BMW
0.6 / 0.8
- Progress is up General Motors Corporation (GM)
0.6 / 0.8
- Progress is up Guangzhou Automobile Group (广州汽车集团有限公司|广汽集团)
0.6 / 0.8
- Progress is up Hyundai Motor Company
0.6 / 0.8
- Progress is up Volkswagen
0.6 / 0.8
- Progress is up Zhejiang Geely Holding Group (浙江吉利控股集团)
0.6 / 0.8
9 Progress is equal Great Wall Motor Company (长城汽车股份有限公司)
0.5 / 0.8
- Progress is equal Kia Motors Corporation
0.5 / 0.8
- Progress is equal Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
0.5 / 0.8
- Progress is up Nissan Motor Company
0.5 / 0.8
- Progress is up Tata Motors
0.5 / 0.8
14 Progress is up SAIC Motor (上海汽车集团股份有限公司|上汽集团)
0.3 / 0.8
15 Progress is equal Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Group (安徽江淮汽车集团股份有限公司)
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is equal BYD (比亚迪股份有限公司)
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is up Beijing Automotive Group (BAIC) (北京汽车集团有限公司)
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is up China FAW Group (中国第一汽车集团有限公司)
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is up Chongqing Changan Automobile Company (重庆长安汽车股份有限公司|长安汽车)
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is down Daimler
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is up Dongfeng Motor Group (东风汽车集团有限公司)
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is down Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is down Ford
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is down Honda Motor Company
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is equal Mahindra & Mahindra
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is up Mazda Motor Corporation
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is down Renault
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is up Subaru
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is down Suzuki Motor Corporation
0.0 / 0.8
- Progress is down Toyota Motor Corporation
0.0 / 0.8