Audi experiments with a super fuel

It may seem like something out of a movie, but it's true that Audi has been working with a green tech company to develop a new way to power cars. True, Audi hasn't been doing bad with their environmentally friendly offerings, such as the Audi e-tron and their line of Audi TDI clean diesel models like the Audi Q7, but Audi is always striving to be the best and look out for the best interest of the future.


Along with Sunfire, Audi has helped create an e-diesel made of carbon dioxide (C02), water and renewable energy like wind and solar energy called "Blue Crude". Sunfire and Audi are capable of using the toxins in the air to make the fuel and it emits no harmful toxins into the air, therefore it is creating a cleaner and more breathable world.


Sunfire plans to expand their production, so hopefully in the next couple of years we will see a spike in the production so this super fuel is available to the general public. In the meantime, watch this informative video and visit us at Jack Daniels Audi Paramus for a test drive to find the perfect new car for you.


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