Top 10 worst cars in terms of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions

To get a really eco-friendly car, it’s not enough to just look at emission standards. We found that these 10 vehicles have a really poor ratio of fuel consumption to CO2 emissions, and they deserve their placing in our ANTI-rating. Once you start to drive them, you start to destroy nature itself.

Bugatti Chiron 8.0 W16 2016

10 mpg
22.5 L/100
830 g/mile
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Bugatti Divo 8.0 W16 2018

10 mpg
22.5 L/100
830 g/mile
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Bentley Arnage 6.8i V8 Biturbo 2006

12 mpg
19.5 L/100
748 g/mile
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Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 2019

12 mpg
19.6 L/100
727 g/mile
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Lamborghini Gallardo 5.0 V10 2003

12 mpg
19.5 L/100
724 g/mile
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Lexus LFA 4.8 V10 2010

12 mpg
19.6 L/100
610 g/mile
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Mercedes-Benz G-class AMG G 65 2012

14 mpg
17 L/100
639 g/mile
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McLaren 650S 625C 3.8 V8 2015

10 mpg
24.2 L/100
442 g/mile
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