Greenkraft G-series Tri-Gas - fill 'em all
The new vehicle debuted at the 2015 edition of the ACT Expo in Dallas, Texas, but the company behind its development comes from California. The G-series Tri-Gas comes equipped with 6-litre GM-sourced engines (8-litre option is said to be available soon) and tanks with capacities ranging from 20 to 60 GGE (gasoline gallon equivalent).
Unfortunately, the truck displayed at the ACT Expo was only a technology demonstrator and actual vehicles cannot be ordered with LPG and CNG systems fitted alongside. Customers can choose between the two alternative fuels (Greenkraft also offers hybrids), but cannot combine them. Which is a pity, actually – with US alternative fuel infrastructure still requiring much development, having both autogas and compressed natural gas permanently on board wouldn't be such a bad idea. Here's something for Greenkraft and other truck manufacturers to think about...
- LPG and CNG cars
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