All Citroën LCVs carrying the Airdream logo have to produce CO2 emissions of less than 120g/km, or be fitted with a diesel particulate filter system, or meet Powershift Band 4 standards.
Airdream vehicles are also all designed to be 95% recoverable (recycling and energy recovery) at end of life.
Models included in the Airdream range include: the Nemo 1.4HDi SensoDrive (116g/km), C2 van (113g/km), C-Crosser Commercial and Dispatch 2.0HDi 136hp DPFS, the new Nemo 1.4i Dual Fuel van and Berlingo First 1.4i Dual Fuel van.
Robert Handyside, Citroën’s commercial vehicle operations manager, said: "Citroën is using its Airdream programme to provide real-world evidence of the green benefits derived from its advanced technological expertise.
"This innovative programme will support customers making an informed, environmental decision when looking for a new LCV. With fuel prices at their highest and global warming featuring prominently in the news, the Airdream programme clearly recognises Citroën’s cleanest LCVs."