CNG MOBILITY DAYS BERLIN 2019
Berlin/Wolfsburg, 24 June 2019 – Volkswagen Group and its industry partners from the gas supply, network, and filling station operation sectors will showcase their products and services at the 3rd CNG Mobility Days in Berlin (25–26 June 2019), presenting an overview of the current situation and the future of CNG. Volkswagen Group brands will also be exhibiting their latest CNG models in the passenger car, truck and bus segments.
CNG Mobility Days 2019 in Berlin: ŠKODA presents natural-gas-powered SCALA G-TEC
Digital press kit CNG as a fuel – more energy fewer emissions 1. CNG – alternative fuel suitable for everyday use 2. CNG – the cost-effective alternative 3. CNG – the sustainable alternative 4. CNG – the future-proof alternative 5. CNG – the immediately available alternative Facts and figures Industrial partners: Company portraits
CNG MOBILITY DAYS ESSEN NOVEMBER 2017
Wolfsburg, 7 November 2017. The Volkswagen Group and its industry partners from the areas of gas supply, grid and filling station businesses have drawn a positive provisional conclusion from their joint commitment to the expansion of CNG mobility. Just a few months after the start of the current information offensive with the CNG Mobility Days in Hamburg, the campaign alliance succeeded in achieving a significant increase in the status of CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) for individual mobility. » read more
In the context of the CNG Mobility Days in Essen, the Volkswagen Group presented the latest models from its brands developed to run on natural gas for the first time in Germany: the new VW Polo TGI and the new SEAT Ibiza 1.0 TGI.
VW Polo TGI (fuel consumption with natural gas (CNG), kg/100 km: combined 3.2 – 3.1; CO₂ emission combined (natural gas (CNG)), g/km: 87 – 85; fuel consumption with petrol, l/100 km: combined 4.9 – 4.8; CO₂ emission combined (petrol), g/km: 112 – 110) and the new SEAT Ibiza 1.0 TGI (fuel consumption natural gas (CNG), kg/100 km: combined 3.3; CO₂ emission combined (natural gas (CNG)), g/km: 88; fuel consumption petrol, l/100 km: combined 5.0; CO₂ emission combined (petrol), g/km: 114) (Each powered by a large three-cylinder engine with a capacity of 1 litre generating 66 kW/90 hp).
CNG MOBILITY DAYS HAMBURG JUNE 2017
June 14, 2017