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Version of the 2015 Chevrolet Impala will run on either gasoline or compressed natural gas, GM said on Wednesday. The bi-fuel Impala will go on sale next summer and will be sold to retail and fleet customers. Pricing was not announced.
GM made the Impala announcement during GM Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson’s address to the OPEC Oil Embargo +40 energy conference, a summit convened to discuss the current and future states of U.S. energy security. Sponsored by SAFE (Securing America’s Future Energy), the conference marks the 40th anniversary of the OPEC oil embargo that triggered a fuel shortage across the country.
CNG-powered passenger cars are common in other parts of the world, but in the U.S. CNG has been most popular with fleet operators, especially those who run delivery and service operations in which vehicles circle back regularly to a central location where they can easily be refueled. GM and Chrysler began offering bi-fuel versions of their pickup trucks in 2013. And Ford has introduced a dual-fuel version of its popular F-150 pickup for the 2014 model year.
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Akerson didn’t go into much detail about the bi-fuel Impala, other than to specify that of course GM fitted a compressed natural gas tank in the trunk, as well as a redundant fuel system for CNG and a dashboard button for switching between fuels. The Impala’s 3.6-liter V-6 engine has been “hardened,” which we take to mean has been equipped with hardened valvetrain components and engine internals. (Sorry, fans of the 2.5-liter Impala, you’ll have to stick with gasoline for now.) Happily, the whole shebang will be covered by GM’s new vehicle and powertrain warranties. The CNG tank holds eight gallons (gasoline-gallon-equivalent) of fuel and provides up to 150 miles of range; total range, including the gasoline tank’s range, stands at 500 miles. Fuel-economy data is forthcoming.