Economical on the move: Audi A5 Sportback 40 g-tron
Fuel costs of 5.24 euros for 100 kilometers: which car is so cheap to drive? The Audi A5 40 g-tron shows how good natural gas drive can be. But you have to know the pitfalls of the alternative drive.
D.The fact that gasoline and diesel prices soar dramatically is politically desirable and that carbon pricing makes sense. The maxim is that people should drive less cars. But they don’t do that. The car provides more than 80 percent of the total transport volume, and the trend is rising, it is the most important means of mobility. The state can look forward to higher taxes and fees, while citizens groan under the burden of high energy prices. How is this supposed to go on?
We drove the Audi A5 Sportback 40 g-tron for a few days. The name already indicates that the natural gas drive drives up here. At the gas station, the Audi always put a smile on our faces: We never paid more than 20 euros to fill up the tank. The natural gas tanks hold up to 17.3 kilograms, the kilogram currently costs around 1.15 euros in the more substantial H variant, and with an average fuel consumption of 4.56 kilograms, the result is spectacularly low fuel costs of 5.24 euros for 100 kilometers . If the gasoline price breaks the 2-euro mark, natural gas can be an interesting alternative, one that German motorists despise: Less than one percent of new registrations are based on this alternative drive.
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