Audi produces new fuel to save the planet

In a recent blog post we discussed how Audi was making some great cameo appearances lately, and we're sure you will agree that we hope to see more of them on the big screen. Audi also has been doing a good job of offering great environmentally friendly vehicles like the Audi e-tron and their line of Audi TDI clean diesel models like the Audi Q7 doesn't leave much to be desired. Still, Audi has felt the need to team up with a company called Sunfire to produce an e-diesel made of carbon dioxide (C02), water and renewable energy like wind and solar energy called "Blue Crude".


Sunfire only has the capacity to produce around 792.5 gallons in the coming months, but there are plans in place to produce more by expanding their base of operations. You can learn more about Blue Crude by watching the video we've shared here, and you can visit us at Cavender Audi to test drive a new car that could transform your own daily commute into something super.


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