The Germans created a fully synthetic gasoline

Audi has continued to share their successes in the field of creating alternative fuels. At this time, the secret laboratory generated e-benzin - environmentally friendly fuel, created without the use of petroleum products.

E-benzin from Audi - a pure iso-octane RON 100, which contains benzene and sulfur impurities. With this combustion e-benzin differ enviable purity and cherished “hundreds” octane allows to squeeze the most out of today’s high-compression engines.

With the support of a partner company Global Bioenergies Audi beginning bench testing of engines working on e-benzin. Medium alliance task is to do without the biomaterial in the process of creating fuel. At the moment, the foundation of e-benzin is isobutene, which is produced by the French company’s plant Global Bioenergies from renewable organic materials.

Recall that recently, Audi has announced the creation of the first batch of e-diesel, which is used to create only three ingredients: water, carbon dioxide, and energy to start the reaction conversion. The pilot plant for the production of such fuel was opened last year in Dresden.

22 May 2015

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