TGI combines two fuels, compressed natural gas (CNG) and petrol. Saving up to 30%* compared to a diesel engine, and up to 50%* compared to a petrol engine.
What is TGI by SEAT?
TGI combines petrol and compressed natural gas (CNG), saving up to 30%* compared to a diesel engine, and up to 50%* compared to a petrol engine. And it cuts down on emissions like C02, improving air quality and the environment. Two fuels, double the benefits.
The Benefits of TGI
1. REDUCED FUEL COSTS
- Up to 50%* cheaper compared to a petrol engine.
- Up to 30%* cheaper compared to a diesel engine.
- Tax benefits in several markets.
2. REDUCED EMISSIONS
- Cut your C02 emissions by up to 25%* compared to a petrol engine.
- Cut noise pollution by up to 50%* compared to a diesel engine.
3. EASY TO FILL UP
- Just like filling up with petrol.
- Two fuels mean extra reliability.
- Increasing number of stations across Europe.
TGI by SEAT: The Technical Bit
TGI combines two fuels, compressed natural gas (CNG) and petrol. CNG is the same fuel we use to heat our homes, just compressed to 1% of the space.
The engine is smart, selecting CNG when available, and then switching to petrol when needed. And it's reliable, thanks to a guaranteed hermetic seal.
* Percentage obtained by comparing a SEAT model with TGI engine while driving in CNG mode to the same SEAT model with a petrol or diesel engine, using official and homologated data of CO2 emissions and average fuel consumption. Fuel prices based on Spanish market.
SEAT Ibiza TGI: average fuel consumption 4.9 l/100 km, average CO2 mass emissions 88 g/km. SEAT Leon TGI 5D & ST: average fuel consumption 5.7 l/100 km, average CO2 mass emissions 130 g/km.