Audi g-tron Engine Overview

March 10, 2013 at 11:56 am

The engine of the great Audi g-tron model is based on the new powertrain 1.4 TFSI. Major improvements were made to the cylinder head, turbo, fuel injection system and catalytic converter. Developing 110 hp power and 200 Nm of torque, it accelerates the Audi A3 Sportback g-tron to a maximum speed of 190 km / h and 100 km / h car picks in just eleven seconds. Average fuel consumption of the five-door Audi A3 Sportback g-tron is less than 3.5 kg per 100 kilometers, while the car is running on CNG or e-gas – fuel that is generated as part of Audi e-gas with electricity. CO ? emissions do not exceed 95 g / km when operating on gas.

Audi g-tron Engine

Audi g-tron Engine Photo

When the Audi A3 Sportback g-tron runs on e-gas, CO ? enters the environment to no extent more than what it was chemically created in the manufacturing process, creating a vicious cycle. If we consider a complete cycle of operation, which also takes into account the energy required to build a plant to produce e-gas and wind power, emissions of CO ? is still less than 30 g / km.

Audi g-tron

Audi g-tron Interior Pic

E-gas, to emphasize the concern’s brand Audi was the first manufacturer who created the entire chain of production and consumption of environmentally sustainable energy. At the beginning of this chain is electricity produced from renewable sources, the end products are hydrogen and synthetic fuels Audi e-gas. Construction of the world’s first industrial plant to produce synthetic methane (e-gas) of CO ? and electricity produced from renewable sources, is virtually complete.

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