Skoda Octavia G-TEC announced, runs on compressed natural gas

by SpeedLux

Skoda has recently added a new member to the growing Octavia lineup by introducing a version which runs on compressed natural gas (CNG).

Recently the Czech marque had announced that there will be some “surprises” (as many as 14, to be precise) at the firm’s stand in upcoming Geneva Motor Show to begin next month and now they have revealed a CNG-running version of the Octavia which will be sold with the G-TEC moniker. At its heart there is a four-cylinder, 1.4-liter TSI turbocharged gasoline engine producing an output of 110 HP (81 kW) transferred to the front axle.

This is a bivalent Euro 6-compliant engine as it is also compatible with compressed natural gas and comes equipped with systems such as regenerative braking and a start/stop system. When running on CNG, the Skoda Octavia G-TEC will be able to travel for up to 254 miles (410 km) and will have CO2 emissions of just 97 g/km. If you switch to gasoline, the liftback will be able to cover a range of 571 miles (920 km) and if running on both fuels, the model will be able to cover a distance of an impressive 826 miles (1,330 km).

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