This year at the new edition of the Geneva Motor Show, many carmakers will introduce their latest achievements in terms of technology. We will now focus our attention towards the Spanish manufacturer Seat. According to them, we will have the opportunity to meet their new Seat Mii Ecofuel this week. This model is actually the lowest-emitting production car the company has ever built. It uses compressed natural gas and offers incredible efficiency and reduced running costs without making any compromises in terms of fun driving dynamics. To be more precise, the model boasts average consumption of only 2.9 kg CNG / 100 km. under the hood, the new Seat Mii Ecofuel hides a 1.0-liter engine capable of generating 68 PS which has as base the 3-cylinder petrol unit that powers the Mii and the has as output 60 PS and 85 PS.
The German customers will have the opportunity to purchase it for a starting price established at EUR12.050. The model is in fact the most inexpensive CNG model currently found on the market. The engine can generate up to 90 Nm of torque and the CO2 emission level reaches 79.g/km. in comparison with conventional petrol, the combustion of CNG produces around one quarter less CO2 as well as less carbon-monoxide and hydrocarbons. The Seat Mii Ecofuel engine can also run on unleaded petrol. The model has a range of up to 240 miles. The reverse petrol tank extends the range by up to 140 miles. The Spanish carmaker will introduce the Mii Ecofuel in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden and also the Czech Republic where customers actually ask for CNG fuelled cars. The British market can also get it, but nothing is for sure yet. These are all the information available for the moment, but more will be revealed this week in Geneva.
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