Federal Parliament in Germany drives Audi ultra models

In the next few days, The Federal Parliament in Germany will begin taking delivery of 66 fuel-efficient Audi ultra models. The company has on sale today no less than 22 ultra models including frugal versions of the A3, A4, A5 and A6 which all provide lower fuel consumption as well as fewer CO2 emissions.

One of the models bound to be driven by German authorities is the A6 ultra pictured here which is motivated by a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder TDI engine delivering 190 PS and a peak torque of 400 Nm, When working with a newly developed 7-speed S tronic dual-clutch optional transmission, the vehicle manages to have a fuel consumption of only 4.4 liters / 100 km, without having a negative impact on the performances. This efficiency was obtained by implementing fuel-saving technologies such as an automatic start/stop system without lowering the level of equipment offered.

Besides the A6 ultra, Audi will also be delivering the A3 ultra which in the combined cycle consumes 3.2-3.3 liters / 100 km with corresponding CO2 emissions of 85-88 g/km. Another model part of the range would have to be the A4 ultra consuming 4-4.4 liters / 100 km and emitting 104-114 g/km. Lastly, the A5 ultra consumes 4.2-4.3 liters / 100 km and has 109-111 of CO2 emissions per km.

Besides these Audi ultra models, the company also has another type of fuel-efficient cars, such as the A3 g-tron which runs either on gasoline or on compressed natural gas (CNG). When using the latter, the vehicle will consume 3.5 kg / 100 km and will have a 242-mile range, while the combined range stands at an impressive 807.7 miles.


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