Volkswagen recently revealed a CNG version of the Golf eighth-generation. This model is called the Golf TGI and can uses both petrol and natural gas. The Mk8 Golf TGI can run up to 403 km relying on its gas tanks. Buyers can get their Volkswagen Golf TGI in both 5-door hatchback and station wagon.
The CNG version of the VW Golf uses a 1.5-liter TSI engine with 128 hp alongside the 115 liters CNG tank. Its CNG consumption is 4.3-4.1 kg of CNG per 100 km. compared to its main rival which is Skoda Octavia G-TEC, the Golf TGI has a lower driving range because Skoda offers 500 km of CNG driving range.
The CNG Golf has 25 percent fewer carbon emission compared to the petrol engine and it just emits 117-111 g of CO2 per km. it is also interesting to know that the previous CNG Golf has less CO2 emission compared to the new one.