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Fahrmitgas LPG System for Opel

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A More Economical and More Eco-Friendly Car of the Year 2009. Fahrmitgas presents LPG Systems for all gasoline-powered Opel Insignia models.


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A more economical and more eco-friendly Car of the Year 2009: Fahrmitgas, one of the leading suppliers of model-specific autogas systems, presents custom-designed LPG systems for all gasoline-powered Opel Insignia models. In developing the system Fahrmitgas drew upon its immense know-how gathered from the tens of thousands of autogas systems it sold to the automobile industry and auto parts stores. In addition, Fahrmitgas adds some visual pizzazz to the sedan with a 3D decal kit that lends the top-of-the-line Opel model an especially distinguished two-tone appearance.

Regardless of which gasoline engine is installed, be it the 1.6-liter and 1.8-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder, the two turbocharged 1.8-liter and 2.0-liter fours or the top-of-the-line 2.8 V6 Turbo model; the Fahrmitgas specialists have developed a custom-designed autogas system for all of them. Insignia models equipped with these dual-mode systems can be operated either with comparatively cheap LPG autogas (currently starting in Europe at about 0.39 Euro per liter) or with more expensive premium gasoline. Changing what type of the fuel the car uses at any given time is as easy as pushing a button in the cockpit.

All Fahrmitgas systems are manufactured exclusively from proven high-quality components. The extra-voluminous autogas safety tank is made from steel that is 3.5 mm thick, and has a capacity of 77 liters. It is installed in the spare-wheel well in the trunk of the Insignia. Special pressure lines transport the liquid gas to the vaporizing system. A sequential fuel injection, governed by an auxiliary control unit custom-programmed for each engine variant, provides each cylinder individually with the correct amount of vaporized autogas.

The advantages of the Fahrmitgas conversion to autogas operation are clear: Filling up the tank with autogas can save up to 60 percent on cost depending on local fuel prices. Another major benefit is a reduction in CO2 emissions by some 12 percent thanks to the cleaner-burning nature of autogas. And that makes the Opel Insignia with fahrmitgas.de LPG autogas conversion the perfect choice not just now but when the impending new vehicle tax rates based on CO2 emissions go into effect. It will save money not just at the pump but also during tax time.

Fahrmitgas autogas systems for the Opel Insignia will go on sale in Spring 2009, starting at 2,252 Euros MSRP.

(source: Fahrmitgas)


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