Spanish automaker SEAT is maximizing the benefits of the compressed-natural-gas-powered variant of its Leon hatchback with a new 1.5L TGI engine and increased range with the integration of three gas tanks. The new Leon TGI Evo, built at SEAT’s Martorell facilities in Spain, follows the Leon TGI and Leon ST TGI and advances the technology to push the uptake of CNG-fueled vehicles. It comes in two variants, the Leon TGI Evo and Leon ST TGI Evo. The hatchback uses gasoline as an ...

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