Panel: LPG Overview

LPG Overview

Liquid Propane Gas (LPG), or propane autogas, is created by refining petroleum or natural gas. When used to fuel internal combustion engines, LPG reduces nitrogen oxide and carbon emissions, making it a cleaner-burning fuel than diesel or gasoline. Although LPG has a lower energy content than traditional internal combustion engine fuels, LPG vehicles are less expensive to operate due to the lower cost of the fuel and fewer associated maintenance costs. LPG vehicles deliver approximately the same power, acceleration and cruising speed as traditionally powered vehicles.

The S2G truck is powered by a Liquid Propane Injection (LPI) system. LPI is a fully integrated and factory-installed propane autogas fuel system; no aftermarket modifications are required. It’s a factory-engineered solution with numerous benefits.