Volkswagen Wants e-Golf, Natural-Gas Cars in the U.S. by Scott Evans. Volkswagen officials want to bring the e-Golf electric car to the U.S., as well as a range of vehicles running on compressed natural gas (CNG).
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A natural gas trade group is showcasing a half-dozen compressed natural gas vehicles in Washington, D.C. this week in hopes of persuading automakers and legislators that the cheap and plentiful fuel makes sense.
U.S. transportation company Central Freight Lines, Inc. has added 100 2014 Freightliner M2 112 compressed natural gas (CNG) tractors equipped with Cummins Westport ISL G natural gas engines to its fleet of more than 1,600 trucks.
VW Group is hoping its new TGI engine will match the success of its TDI powerplants. The automaker will use TGI on its new bi-fuel models that can run on both compressed natural gas and gasoline, starting with a variant of the VW Golf.
Ervin Equipment, Inc., a supplier of new and pre-owned semi-trailers and trucks in the USA and internationally, has expanded its product line to include glider kits with American Power Group Corporation (APG)’s Turbocharged Natural Gas(TM) Dual Fuel Upgrade System.
CNG-compatible Ford F-150 on sale in 2014 Fox News After purchase, customers will need to have a CNG/LPG system installed by one of Ford's approved qualified vehicle modifiers, which typically costs from $7,500-$9,500.
Seaboard Foods, the producer and distributor of the PrairieFresh and Daily's food brands, has deployed two Kenworth T660 Class 8 compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks in its fleet and will be adding another 43 CNG-powered T800 trucks in the coming months.
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