The crossover can travel up to 400 kilometers.
Seat company will present in Paris the dual-fuel version of the model Arona TGI – the world’s first crossover is capable of running on gasoline and compressed natural gas. Methane coupe rides up to 400 miles.
Bi-fuel Seat Arona equipped with litre three-cylinder turbo engine issuing 90 horsepower and 160 Nm of torque. The engine is paired with a six-speed manual transmission. All compressed gas – 14,3 pounds – is stored in three cylinders placed in a special tray under the boot floor. In General the installation is similar to that used on the updated Skoda Octavia G-TEC.
In to hundred kilometres per hour the crossover Seat Arona TGI accelerates in 12.3 seconds. Its top speed is 172 km / h.
Methane, the crossover can travel up to 400 kilometers, 160 kilometers adds a small tank of gas. In cold weather when temperatures are below -10 degrees, the crossover is powered with gasoline for starting and warm-up gas injectors.
Previously presented dual-fuel Octavia station wagon, also equipped with three cylinders for gas and 11.8-litre petrol tank. Engine – 1.5 TSI with an output of 130 forces works on a thermodynamic cycle Miller and delivers high fuel efficiency and low emissions of harmful substances. Methane Skoda may pass up to 480 kilometers.
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