Module 4 assesses the most significant emissions from the automotive sector, which occur when vehicles are being driven, i.e., when diesel or petrol (gasoline) is burned in internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles. It is, therefore, critically important for the sector to transition away from fossil fuel engines to low-carbon vehicles, such as full battery electric, fuel-cell or plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Ranking overview

30 companies

1 Progress is equal BYD (比亚迪股份有限公司)
7.0 / 7
- Progress is equal Tesla
7.0 / 7
3 Progress is equal Guangzhou Automobile Group (广州汽车集团有限公司|广汽集团)
6.4 / 7
4 Progress is equal Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Group (安徽江淮汽车集团股份有限公司)
6.2 / 7
5 Progress is down Beijing Automotive Group (BAIC) (北京汽车集团有限公司)
5.6 / 7
- Progress is equal Great Wall Motor Company (长城汽车股份有限公司)
5.6 / 7
7 Progress is up SAIC Motor (上海汽车集团股份有限公司|上汽集团)
5.2 / 7
8 Progress is up Dongfeng Motor Group (东风汽车集团有限公司)
4.6 / 7
- Progress is up Tata Motors
4.6 / 7
10 Progress is up Hyundai Motor Company
4.5 / 7
11 Progress is down Chongqing Changan Automobile Company (重庆长安汽车股份有限公司|长安汽车)
4.4 / 7
12 Progress is down China FAW Group (中国第一汽车集团有限公司)
4.0 / 7
13 Progress is down BMW
3.8 / 7
14 Progress is down Zhejiang Geely Holding Group (浙江吉利控股集团)
3.6 / 7
15 Progress is equal Kia Motors Corporation
3.5 / 7
16 Progress is up Groupe PSA
3.3 / 7
- Progress is down Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
3.3 / 7
- Progress is down Volkswagen
3.3 / 7
19 Progress is up General Motors Corporation (GM)
3.1 / 7
20 Progress is down Honda Motor Company
2.7 / 7
21 Progress is down Nissan Motor Company
2.6 / 7
22 Progress is down Suzuki Motor Corporation
2.5 / 7
23 Progress is down Daimler
2.4 / 7
24 Progress is down Renault
2.3 / 7
25 Progress is down Toyota Motor Corporation
2.2 / 7
26 Progress is equal Mahindra & Mahindra
2.0 / 7
27 Progress is down Subaru
1.6 / 7
28 Progress is down Ford
1.5 / 7
29 Progress is down Mazda Motor Corporation
1.3 / 7
30 Progress is down Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
1.2 / 7