Audi cars to run on Danish biogas

The tanks will be full of Danish biogas when car manufacturer Audi launches its new sustainable models over coming years.

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German auto manufacturer Audi wants to start pumping biogas.

The high-end car company has signed a deal with Danish NatureEnergy to purchase climate-friendly gas for 10,000 Audi vehicles so customer fuel consumption is sustainable for the first three years, reports Danish media Berlingske Business.

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