Driving with the Environment in MindIt’s become easier than ever to find a comfortable, even luxurious vehicle that manages to be green simultaneously. From green conventional automotive tech to hybrids and even all-electric vehicles, there are more options out there today than ever before.If you’re in the market for a new car and want to green things up, you’ll find 10 of the most eco friendly cars of 2015 below.10. Volkswagen Jetta TDIThe Volkswagen Jetta is no stranger to the market, and has been around for a very long time. However, 2015’s entry manages to make it onto the list of the most eco-friendly cars of 2015 thanks to its excellent fuel economy (the TDI version only, not the gasoline version). This turbo-diesel delivers 36 MPG combined, and still offers plenty of interior space in the front and rear. Add to that Volkswagen’s dedication to fit and polish and you have a true winner.9. Ford C-Max HybridThe Ford C-Max is the first hybrid on this list, a relatively new model to American buyers. You can choose from either conventional or plug-in hybrid styles, and enjoy a 21-mile range without using a single drop of gasoline. In terms of actual fuel economy after the electric capacity is eliminated, you’ll see 38 MPG combined (highway and in town). It’s also one of the best looking hybrids on the market today, giving you an alternative to the ubiquitous Toyota Prius.8. Smart ForTwo Electric DriveLooking for something ultra compact but super eco-friendly at the same time? Then Smart has a vehicle for you. The Smart ForTwo Electric drive combines the micro appeal of the original with the benefits of green tech. In fact, the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy named this the greenest car of 2015. Drivers will see 122 MPGE (miles per gallon equivalent) in town and 93 MPGE on the highway.7. Kia Optima HybridKia seems to be all over the map these days, and the automaker also offers one of the most eco-friendly cars on the market, particularly if you’re hoping to spend a little less on your car payment as well as at the pump. The 2015 Kia Optima Hybrid delivers 36 MPG in the city and 40 MPG on the highway and relies on a compact 4-cylinder engine as its primary power plant. It also offers spacious seating in the front and rear, making it an excellent choice for a daily driver or a family car.6. Toyota Camry HybridWhile the Camry might not be a fully electric vehicle, the hybrid version of Toyota’s flagship sedan manages to deliver great performance, and excellent fuel economy and still offer the aesthetics that customers demand. The Camry Hybrid offers 43 MPG in town and 39 MPG on the highway via a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. Of course, it also benefits from the brand new design for 2015, giving the Camry a sleeker, more modern look and lots of extras for drivers and passengers to enjoy.5. Chevy SparkThe Spark is super small (although not as small as the Smart ForTwo Electric Drive). It’s also great for fuel economy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It sees 128 MPGE in the city and 108 MPGE on the highway, and its undeniably adorable exterior should appeal to a wide range of buyers, from those looking for a reliable, economical daily driver to college students and everyone in between.4. Chevrolet VoltLooking for a sleek, modern car that doesn’t cost you big at the pump? The Chevy Volt might be just the ticket. It has the modern styling you demand, as well as the ability to cut down on your fuel costs by an immense amount. It delivers 98 MPGE in the first 38 miles (under electric-only power), as well as 37 MPG while using the gasoline engine. In addition, the Volt is going to be completely redesigned for the 2016 model year, so buyers should be able to find 2015 models for bargain prices as dealerships look to offload their older inventory.3. Ford Fusion HybridThe Ford Fusion Hybrid is exceptionally capable, and that makes it a no-brainer for several lists, including the most eco-friendly cars and the top family cars on the market today. The Fusion Hybrid delivers fuel economy to the tune of 44 MPG in the city and 41 MPG on the highway, provided by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine. It’s also available as both a sedan and a hatchback, giving you the chance to choose the one that fits your driving needs best.2. Honda Civic HybridPriced at under $25,000, the 2015 Honda Civic Hybrid makes a great deal of sense for a lot of different drivers. The onboard CVT (continuous velocity transmission) is ideal for use in a hybrid, and the dual motor/engine combination can provide 44 MPG in the city and 47 MPG on the highway. You can also upgrade to a leather interior, built-in navigation system, and other niceties for a bit more.1. Tesla Model SFew automakers have turned as many heads as Tesla has. The 2015 Tesla Model S is one of the most outstanding eco-friendly cars on the market, so long as you can afford the purchase price. It manages to deliver 94 MPGE in the city and 97 MPGE on the highway and has an electric range of 208 miles. It offers amazing power and performance as well, with 0-60 times that outclass many traditional sports cars. With that being said, it’s one of the most expensive eco-friendly cars on the market, with a price tag of around $105,000 or so.It’s never been easier to get a great car and protect the environment (and your wallet) at the same time. These are just a few of the many eco-friendly cars on the market today, so if you don’t see an option that appeals to you, there are others out there.