New ŠKODA Octavia G-TEC enters into production

Posted on 08. Jun, 2014 by in Volkswagen Canada

The sum limit volume of both CNG fuel tanks is 97 litres, or 15 kg of healthy gas dense to a vigour of 200 bar. The tanks are mounted in a special support located underneath a foot floor. The new ŠKODA Octavia G-TEC rolls off a prolongation line of ŠKODA´s categorical plant in Mladá Boleslav for a initial time. The automobile will go on sale in a Czech marketplace in June. The initial Octavia with healthy gas expostulate is constructed in hatchback and estate physique versions. The brand´s operation of healthy gas models grows to three. The CNG chronicle of a Citigo tiny automobile has had a successful run in European markets given a finish of 2012 .  

In together with a start of prolongation of a new Octavia G-TEC, ŠKODA has also inaugurated a new CNG contrast trickery and stuffing hire representing an investment of EUR 5m. This trickery serves to lift out imperative reserve contrast of CNG powertrains and to yield an initial fill of CNG fuel tanks.

After their introduction in a Czech marketplace in Jun 2014, a new Octavia G-TEC and Octavia Combi G-TEC will be gradually rolled out in 14 other countries opposite Europe: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Finland, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovakia, and Slovenia.

The new ŠKODA Octavia G-TEC in hatchback and estate physique versions is powered by a turbocharged 1,4 TSI engine. This powertrain has an outlay of 81 kW (110 HP) and is engineered as a bivalent section to run on both petrol and also dense healthy gas (CNG). The Green tec package is enclosed as customary apparatus and offers a start-stop complement and stop appetite recuperation.  

This complicated powertrain meets EU 6 glimmer customary mandate that will come into force in Sep 2014. On CNG energy alone, a Octavia G-TEC and Octavia Combi G-TEC have a operation of adult to 410 km. Fuel expenditure equals to 5.4 m3 (3.5 kg) of healthy gas per 100 km, that amounts to emissions of 97 g CO2/km. When using usually on petrol, a accessible operation is adult to 920 km. On one stuffing of both fuel tanks, a Octavia G-TEC offers a operation of adult to 1 330 km but detracting from motorist satisfaction. The automobile can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 10.9 s and reaches a tip speed of 195 km/h.

The sum limit volume of both CNG fuel tanks is 97 litres, or 15 kg of healthy gas dense to a vigour of 200 bar. The tanks are mounted in a special support located under   a foot floor. The luggage cell of Octavia G-TEC offers 460 l, in box of Octavia Combi G-TEC it is 480 litres.

With a introduction of a new Octavia G-TEC and Octavia Combi G-TEC, ŠKODA is expanding a operation of cars powered by healthy gas to 3 models. The Citigo city automobile with CNG expostulate has been on sale given Oct 2012. This indication has a expenditure of only 4.4 m3 (2.9 kg) of healthy gas per 100 km, that equals to emissions of 79 g CO2 /km. The sum operation of this indication is 620 km (400 km on gas, 220 km on petrol).

Vehicles powered by healthy gas paint tolerable mobility during an affordable price. The cost of healthy gas in a Czech Republic and many other European countries is almost reduce than a cost of petrol or diesel. The operational costs of both ŠKODA Octavia G-TEC models are reduction than CZK 1/km on a sum cycle.

With a launch of a new Octavia G-TEC line, ŠKODA is reitirating a transparent summary per a high standards for environmental friendship of a models. A sum of 22 cars from ŠKODA have emissions next 100 g CO2 /km, and 112 models in a ŠKODA operation have emissions next 120 g CO2/km. The brand´s concentration on tolerable mobility is underlined with an entrance value of CO2 emissions of only 79 g/km for a ŠKODA Citigo G-TEC. The ŠKODA GreenLine and Green tec models are all unusually ecological. Customers might select from a sum of twelve GreenLine variants and 51 Green tec variants. The new ŠKODA Octavia GreenLine sets new standards in a compress difficulty with low CO2 emissions of only 85 g/km.

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