Liquefied gas has long since made a name for itself when it comes to heating and cooking, and now the mixture of propane and butane is triumphing on the road, too – for good reasons. Because firstly, liquefied gas (Liquefied Petroleum Gas, LPG for short) boasts a significantly better LCA than petrol when burnt in a petrol engine: around 10% less CO2 and much lower carbon monoxide, hydrocarbon and NOX emissions than petrol are strong arguments in its favour. And secondly, refuelling bills are lower than those for petrol or diesel fuel – in some countries there are even considerable savings to be made due to tax concessions.
With the Sprinter LGT you can benefit from all of these advantages – and from others besides. Because the bi-fuel configuration of the LGT drive system makes it possible for you to choose between liquefied gas and petrol mode as required. After a short warm-up phase in petrol mode you can change the operating mode at any time by pressing a button. This means that you can increase the radius of operation – up to 450 km in purely liquefied gas mode – and supply security without any problems whatsoever.