Audi

Audi car on natural gas CNG




Audi A5 Sportback g-tron
Audi A5 Sportback g-tron (2017)

  • Natural Gas
  • 125kW (170 hp)
  • Fule capacity: 19 kg CNG
  • Fuel capacity (petrol): 25 L
  • Range (CNG): 500 km
  • Range (combined): 950 km
  • Cubic Capacity: 1984 cm
  • Door Count:4 Doors
  • Fuel consumption combined: 4.4 – 3.8 kg/100 km
  • CO2-Emissions combined: 117 – 100 g/km
  • Basic fuel type: Natural Gas
  • Energy efficiency class:A+

Audi A4 Avant g-tron
Audi A4 Avant g-tron (2017)

  • Natural Gas
  • 125kW (170 hp)
  • Fule capacity: 19 kg CNG
  • Fuel capacity (petrol): 25 L
  • Range (CNG): 500 km
  • Range (combined): 900 km
  • Cubic Capacity: 1984 cm
  • Door Count:4/5 Doors
  • Fuel consumption combined: 4.4 – 3.8 kg/100 km
  • CO2-Emissions combined: 117 – 100 g/km
  • Basic fuel type: Natural Gas
  • Energy efficiency class:A+

Audi A3 Sportback 1.4 TFSI g-tron

  • Natural Gas
  • 81 kW (110 PS)
  • Fule capacity: 14 kg CNG
  • Fuel capacity (petrol): 50 L
  • Range (CNG): 400 km
  • Range (combined): 1300 km
  • Cubic Capacity:1395 cm
  • Door Count:4/5 Doors
  • Fuel consumption combined: 3.4 kg/100 km
  • CO2-Emissions combined: 88 g/km
  • Basic fuel type: Natural Gas
  • Energy efficiency class:A+




3 thoughts on “Audi

  1. Alain

    Hi there,

    I newly moved to Sweden and I am considering buying the audi A3 Gtron, but since the price of CNG 1,74eur /Kg seems to be quite high in Sweden, i don’t see the benefits (beside cutting the CO2 emission), and consider again a Diesel A3 instead.

    Can i please have your say on this?

    Thanks
    Alain

    Reply
    1. Daniel

      Unfortunately I have to agree. The prices for CNG has increased due to weak competition in Sweden.

      Reply
  2. Ulf

    Yes, compared to Germany the prices are ridiculously high. It was a few years ago the prices went up quite rapidly. One thing that opened up for this was that they changed the unit of measure from m3 to kg, then there is no price competition and the “environmental” groups hates cars in general and do not really care. Diesel is probably the remaining option.

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