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ŠKODA showing VisionC dual-fuel design concept at Geneva

ŠKODA will showcase a five-door concept coupé—ŠKODA VisionC—powered by a CNG/gasoline bivalent 1.4 TSI/81 kW turbo engine, at the Geneva Motor Show. On natural gas, the vehicle consumes 3.4 kg (5.1 m3) CNG per kilometer, equating to CO2 emissions of 91 g/km.

VisionC. Click to enlarge.

Based in the Czech Republic and part of the Volkswagen Group, ŠKODA is using the concept to highlight the evolution of the brand, as well as compliance with Europe’s 95 g/km target.

Modern Volkswagen Group MQB technology, approaching series-produced drive systems, low weight and optimized aerodynamics are also highlighted in the concept.

ŠKODA currently has seven passenger car models: Citigo, Fabia, Roomster/Praktik, Rapid, Octavia, Yeti and Superb; the company delivered around 920,800 vehicles to customers worldwide in 2013. It has been part of the Volkswagen Group since 1991.



Error in post:  that would be 3.4 kg per 100 km.

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