A Bi-Fuel Luxury Sedan to Promote Alternative Fuels
Portent of more? Landi Renzo USA and Chrysler have collaborated on a CNG-gasoline bi-fuel upfit of a Chrysler 300 sedan which Landi will use to promote the use of alternative fuels in the U.S. The vehicle has a 5.7-liter Hemi V-8.
“We are excited to have this opportunity of working with Chrysler, which has demonstrated how collaboration between experienced management and a talented team of engineers can yield positive, influential results in the alternative fuels market,” Landi Renzo USA president and CEO Andrea Landi said in a release. “We are particularly excited at the opportunity to continue our support of this important business relationship between the two companies.”
“Working side by side with the Chrysler team has been an absolute pleasure and we look forward to additional opportunities of partnering on any future projects,” said Marco Genova, engineering VP at Landi Renzo USA.
A Major Global Partnership
Landi notes that its relationships with Chrysler, through Chrysler parent Fiat in Europe, “extend into global markets where the two have converted more than 290,000 alternative fueled vehicles since 2009, when Landi Renzo was selected as Fiat’s system supplier.”
In Europe and other world markets, Landi Renzo is active in propane systems as well as systems for compressed natural gas.
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Source: Landi Renzo USA with Fleets & Fuels follow-up