ABT Audi Q7 with Euro 6 Standard

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German tuner ABT Sportline is already thinking about 2015, not that they are worried they can’t keep up the horsepower up, because let’s be honest they’ve never been good at it!

Instead they are thinking of lower emissions. And as a sign of their determination they have already made a version of the big and heavy Audi Q7 TDI powered by 3.0 TDI Clean Diesel engine which actually does cover Euro 6 standards.

ABT Audi Q7 with Euro 6 Standard q7 abt diesel euro 6

That is an astonishing achievement for such a car as the Q7 and ABT, but this kinda treatment sure cost you performance!

Press Release:

There is still a long time until 1st January 2015, but even now car manufacturers are wondering how they will be able to meet the exhaust emission standard Euro 6 which will come into force on this date. For tuners it is also important to actively deal with the coming conditions. “It is our task to meet the growing demands of ecologically sensible mobility so that the driving enjoyment still remains”, says Hans-Jürgen Abt, the General Manager of ABT Sportsline, the innovative company rich in tradition from Bavaria. As a result the “ABTs” are not just looking at alternative drive concepts, but also at the legal requirements of tomorrow. “The three litre turbo diesel in our ABT Q7 already meets some of the stricter regulations compared to European Standard 5, and further vehicles and engines are currently being planned and will be certified by TUV Rheinland”, explains Hans-Jürgen Abt. In fact the tests only have to be “officially” performed after 1st September 2014, to check whether a new vehicle model meets the strict emission limits for carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), hydrocarbons (HC), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and fine dust particles. Particularly with regards to nitrogen dioxide, hydrocarbon and nitrogen oxide, European legislators are demanding much lower limits. As a result from 2015 just 80mg/km of nitrogen oxide will be allowed to be emitted, compared to 180 mg/km as was previously the case. The ABT Q7 3.0 TDI Clean Diesel is the first vehicle from Bavaria product range to meet this standard – the future begins now at ABT Sportsline



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