Audi is the car most loved by Italians and not only, it is beautiful from all points of view, elegant and at the same time sporty, practical, ahead of any other car brand.
Audi cars are suitable for any situation, perfect for both a short trip and a long journey.
Making it everyone’s dream car is the fact that the vehicle is cutting edge and environmentally friendly compared to all others. Among other things, it has very little impact on the environment, thanks for that to the fact that all the brand’s vehicles are electric.
Motorists, Audi fans and admirers, travel in comfort, serenity, above all without polluting the environment. But how does such a machine, capable of traveling at high speeds, not pollute? The answer is simpler than you think.
Here is the novelty in Audi tanks
Audi does not pollute because it has internal combustion. The car manufacturer has just announced that it has switched from normal petrol to another type of fuel that few people know about, which is poured into the tanks of any vehicle.
No more talking of E10 petrol but of blue Gasoline r33. It is an ecological fuel, which joins the blue diesel r33, which some factories had already used in the past.
Biofuels are obtained from some renewable components, residual waste materials that allow the car to travel safely without polluting the environment.
The blue diesel r33 it is composed of 26% paraffinic fuel and 7% biodiesel. Instead the Blue Gasoline r33 is composed of oxygenated fuels and bio-naphtha. This makes all the difference.
What are the advantages dictated by the use of a new fuel
Not by chance, according to the car manufacturer there are many advantages, because R33 blue fuels reduce emissions by 20% compared to normal fuels. Blue Gasoline has been approved for use in any vehicle that runs on super 95 E10 petrol.
The confirmations of the multiple advantages of using this fuel came following tests that would have shown that renewable fuels prevent corrosion of the engine itself. The result is that the engine lasts much longer than you think or should.
As strange as biofuels may be, they are also being used at volkswagen production sites while blue diesel r33 is already available at many public stations. The fuel does not require modification of existing pumps.