Bentley will reduce emissions across its entire range to just 120g/km of C02 by 2012, it announced today. The company will achieve this target by creating lighter cars and introducing improved transmissions and enhanced engine management and on both the V8 and V12 units. Bentley CEO Franz-Josef Paefgen said: "We will set a benchmark in our segment by making every engine capable of running on renewable fuels."The new flex-fuel powertrain is already under development and is planned for introduction in 2012. It should deliver a 40 per cent reduction in fuel use without compromising performance and refinement. Paefgen finished on an optimistic forecast for the company's new eco-plan: "It is our conviction that renewable fuels have strong potential. Taken together, the measures we are announcing will make the entire Bentley fleet capable of delivering less than 120g/km by 2012."