Cars of Skoda GreenLine series offered by the Czech manufacturer since 2008 and have over the standard models, better fuel consumption and optimized CO ² emissions. Were sold in the first phase of Skoda GreenLine only the Fabia, Octavia and Roomster in this version, since 2010 to benefit all five model lines from the fuel-saving equipment, the Skoda GreenLine technology. The core of Skoda GreenLine are the built 1.2-liter with 75 hp (Skoda Fabia and Roomster) and the 1.6 TDI engines of the Skoda Superb, Octavia and Yeti with 105 hp, by the brake energy recovery (recuperation) start-stop system and tires with reduced rolling resistance are optimized for fuel economy. Furthermore, Škoda GreenLine vehicles fitted with aerodynamic modifications to the underbody and body as well as an additional instrument which gives the driver a gear recommendation. So come prepared, for example, the Skoda Fabia GreenLine with 3.4 litres/100 km and the top model, the Skoda Superb Combi GreenLine cars with 4.4 liters of diesel fuel per 100 kilometers. Similarly, the CO ² values from the standard Fabia with 128 g / km over a Skoda Fabia GreenLine to 89 g / km to be reduced. The Skoda Superb Combi benefits with 114 g / km compared to 133 g / km as the environmental footprint of equipment.