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Save Fuel – the most efficient car in 1989 – Audi 100 – 1.76 liters per 100km

February 18, 2020

How efficient you can drive with a diesel fuel car Car Company Audi introduces such with its new just small and lightweight Audi 100 car They prove they can drive it from the Netherlands through Belgium, Luxembourg,France,Germany, Austria, Italy,Spain and again France, a total of 4800.18 kilometers So far with just one tank of fuel, so that gave an average consumption of not more than 1.76 liter/100 Km ! World Record ! If such a car would be offered officially ! We did a Pre-test and this Pretest already showed that we are on an average consumption well below 2.5 liters/100 Km … that was so low, that if only we from Audi would claim this, nobody would have believed us !! Nobody would believe ! we are challenged and have therefore added the TÜV as a supervisor and guard and as an ambassedor of these tests and the TÜV has confirmed the Consumption of just 1.76 liters per 100 kilometers at an average speed across Europe at 60.2 kilometers per hour ! And this car is really coming to the market ? we are really convinced we will put it onto the market and we are firmly determined to do that and we will bring that onto the market next february 1990 We will probably end of January 1990 introduce the car to the media and the representatives of the media again can have a look at it and see what kind of low consumption this modern turbodiesel second generation direct injection can be driven with… its turbodiesel engine with direct injection intercooling and maybe catalyst and soot filter
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Audi officials wanted to introduce this car in February of 1990
onto the European Market… But Oil lobbyists have until today succesfully prevented to have such a car
on the road.. sadly…!!!

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  • Reply John Woods February 18, 2020 at 4:33 am

    I wondered if VW was stitched up with DieselGate, the PD(pump nozzle) series of 1.9TDi engines are very good on Diesel, well my one is.

  • Reply Bass Town Ncs February 18, 2020 at 4:37 am

    so good <3

  • Reply overunitydotcom February 18, 2020 at 4:46 am

    133 Miles per Gallon car ! Damn oil industry prevented it to come onto the market ! We have this technology since 30 years ! can you imagine it ! Very sad !

  • Reply Hempy's Hub February 18, 2020 at 4:49 am

    Hemp Turbodiesel

  • Reply XimerTracks - Sub To Me February 18, 2020 at 5:09 am

    Lovely vid. Please make more. Can we be Youtube friends? [:

  • Reply wrndlabs February 18, 2020 at 7:05 am

    A nicely crafted April fools day joke to get people talking about Audi – seems it is working to this day. A good April fools day joke sits right on the boundary of reality and plausibility. Note the absence of detail of how they made this miracle happen.

  • Reply Cloxxki February 18, 2020 at 10:31 am

    Where did the gains come from? >70% thermal efficiency in stead of ~25%?
    Formula 1 turbo hybrids are just at 50% now.

    The body of the car was not very large but far from slick aerodynamically.

  • Reply Banks of Barcelona February 18, 2020 at 2:04 pm

    Energy suppression even predates Nikola Tesla. We must push to end energy suppression. It's an emergency and a disgrace!

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