New advancements in fuel efficiency are made with each passing day and the latest comes from the German automaker, Audi.
Beginning on Feb. 13, the all new Audi A3 g-tron will be available for order in German markets, according to a press release issued by Audi today. This model is powered by a 1.4-liter TFSI engine that produces 110 hp and can be fueled by either natural gas, e-gas generated by Audi or gasoline.
When powered by e-gas, the A3 g-tron is entirely C02-neutral, making it “the most environmentally friendly form of long-distance mobility,” according to the press release. When on the move, is consumes between 3.2 and 3.3 kilograms of gas every 100 kilometers, which will cost around €3.50 (approx. $4.80 USD) per 100 km.
Customers who plan on using the e-gas option can obtain an Audi e-gas fuel card for just €14.95 per month (approx. $20.5 USD). The costs of the e-gas used are deducted from the customer’s Audi e-gas card. Customers can purchase Audi e-gas at more than 650 fuel stations in Germany.