April 9th, 2009
From Green Right Now Reports
Audi today said the 2009 Audi Q7 TDI clean diesel, its first clean diesel vehicle for the U.S. market, will arrive in U.S. dealerships later this month priced at $50,900.
Audi says the TDI technology, no 20 years old, is the world’s cleanest diesel system. The technology meets emissions regulations in all 50 U.S. states, the company says. That includes the California ULEV II (Ultra-Low Emissions Vehicle) standards that also apply to conventional gasoline vehicles and represent one of the world’s most rigorous motor vehicle emission requirements.