Fusion Hybrid won, Tesla Model S was not even a contender. Ford Fusion wins 2013 Green Car Of The Year Here's Mr. Cogan's reason for the exclusion of the Model S "The Tesla Model S offers everything, by all reports. What it doesn't offer are things that are crucial to the Green Car Of The Year program, which are different than Motor Trend's Car of the Year or Yahoo Autos. We deal specifically in cars you can buy and buy now and vehicles that are affordable enough that you can buy them. We deal in vehicles that are available in significant enough numbers so you actually have quantifiable emissions reductions and oil displacement. It doesn't have to be a mass produced car in the sense that it's one of the best-selling cars, but it does have to be available. And, right now, the Tesla Model S, as good as it is, is the Signature Series at $95,000 to $105,000. That's not accessible. And the base model is not being delivered." These are the same people who awarded a 50 K plus Chevy Tahoo, the award a few years ago was for the CNG vehicle where only 13,000 were sold world wide in 13 years. Tahoo- same price range as the Model S, Model S has sold more this year than the CNG vehicle sold Well- This is interesting regarding the Fusion hybrid too- Kind of a WTF moment CONSUMER REPORT CONTROVERSY DOESNâ€™T DIMINISH FUSIONâ€™S GREEN CAR AWARD | burtonview.mihomepaper.com | The Burton View I don't know a sedan that Consumer reports tested and gets 37 mpg wins the award- The 2012 Camry Hybrid gets better than that! I wonder if Consumer reports is proven correct, will Ford have to pull a Milli Vanilli and give back the award..