Posted on: August 27, 2022 Posted by: Joshua Brown Comments: 0

Top of the class: with an average fuel consumption of 3.8 litres per 100 kilometres the new Golf BlueMotion is the first vehicle in its segment to fall below the magic threshold of 4.0 litres. Similarly, CO2 emissions have dropped to 99 g/km – also unrivalled in this class. The design study, which has just been introduced in Iceland, is powered by a new common rail turbodiesel engine with an output of 77 kW (105 hp), which delivers its maximum torque of 250 Newton metres from as low as 2,000 rpm
Development of the BlueTDI Successfully Completed
At the Vienna International Engine Symposium (24 to 25 April) Volkswagen presented the production version of the BlueTDI. One of a new generation of turbodiesels, this engine has been developed especially for North America. The common rail engine is based on the high-tech TDI introduced in Europe in 2007 and first installed in the Tiguan. The European engine already meets the limits of the Euro 5 standard, which will come into force in autumn 2009. The four-cylinder unit has been especially re-engineered for specific USA operating conditions with modifications within the engine and a NOx storage reduction catalyst.
Development of the VW BlueTDI Successfully Completed
At the Vienna International Engine Symposium (24 to 25 April) Volkswagen presented the production version of the BlueTDI. One of a new generation of turbodiesels, this engine has been developed especially for North America. The common rail engine is based on the high-tech TDI introduced in Europe in 2007 and first installed in the Tiguan. The European engine already meets the limits of the Euro 5 standard, which will come into force in autumn 2009. The four-cylinder unit has been especially re-engineered for specific USA operating conditions with modifications within the engine and a NOx storage reduction catalyst.
Auto 1 Trophy for the Volkswagen Tiguan
Europe’s toughest jury has made its decision: this year’s coveted Auto1 Trophy in the “Off-Roaders and SUVs” category goes to the Volkswagen Tiguan. More than 40 million readers of the 26 editions of Auto Bild voted for their favourites in six vehicle categories. The top three in each category then had to prove themselves at a test facility near Rome, where an expert jury made up of racing drivers, technicians and senior editors determined the category winners. The result: a convincing victory for the Tiguan. If you are looking for vw aufkleber, check out here.