After g-tron A3 Audi will launch in 2016 its second bi-fuel powered car compressed natural gas and gasoline taking the basis of the new Audi A4 Avant. Based on the A4 Avant Audi has developed a model 'bi-fuel' for compressed natural gas and gasoline will be sold in 2016 with very clean emissions including less than 100 g / km of CO2. Available only in front-wheel drive the Avant g-tron carries a 2.0 TFSI adapted (and re-conditioning valves and pistons for the use of natural gas) 170 hp and 27.5 Nm of torque which ensures good performance despite an increase in weight of about 100 kg.
You can also use the so-called 'Audi e-gas' a synthetic methane Audi produces small-scale facilities in Germany from water and CO2 in a sustainable way employing solar and electric power obtained eólicamente.
The new Audi A4 Avant g-tron (there is already a similar approach A3) is not approved yet but their average consumption is estimated at less than 4 kg / 100 km which would represent a cost of 3 to 3.5 euros that distance given the low price of CNG.
German family has four light and resistant CNG tanks made of polyamide glass fiber and carbon fiber with a content of 19 kg set gas pressure 200 bar. The figure may be brought forward a range of about 500 km gas. The shift to gas when the gas is running out is automatic. Conventional fuel is contained in a standard tank of 25 liters which would extend the range to over 900 km.
The provision of special deposits also means a certain loss of luggage capacity the 'floor' in this case is the level of the loading edge when the gate is opened; and spare wheel disappears.
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