fifteen Jan 2020
Dacia, a Romanian subsidiary of Renault brand, brought to the Brussels Motor Show a diesel fuel-powered version of the Duster crossover with the new TCe 100 Eco-G turbo engine
The new engine is a twin-fuel version of the TCe 100 liter three-cylinder turbo engine, which was introduced last year. At the same time, the gas version of the engine provides 10 Nm more torque (in the new version it reaches 170 Nm) and at the same time 10% less CO2 emissions than a gasoline unit.
The average engine consumption for liquefied petroleum gas is slightly larger than a conventional ICE, but because of this, the total fuel cost per kilometer decreases by 30 percent compared to a gasoline unit and by eight percent compared to a diesel engine. Interestingly, the new power plant should appear on other models of the brand.
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