Which supercar company will use diesels first?

Discussion in 'Car Comparisons' started by ging, Jun 15, 2007.

  1. thats kind of what i was thinking
  3. (I know I'm coming late into the thread)

    Saw a Ferrari F430 Biodesil at NAIAS this year.
  4. you´re stupid, bio-fuel is not equal to bio-diesel
  5. #80 ajzahn, Mar 4, 2008
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  6. "The F430 Spider Bio Fuel runs on the familiar mix of 85% natural ethanol and 15% gasoline"

    My bad.
  7. hmm...maybe the Panamera will come as a hybrid first.
  8. No supercars will ever use diesels?????????? <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>(((((((
  9. porsche for sure
  10. isn't R8 v12TDI considered a supercar?
  11. good call
  12. I actually dont think any true supercar company will.

    But you might see them from allround manufacturers, like the R8 of course.
  13. YES
  14. Porsche

    Audi will definatly hook Lambo up with diesel tech though
  15. I don't think that would sit well with Lambo fans to be honest.

    I can see only companies like Peugeot doing a special supercar, especially with their Le Mans project.
  16. porsche, but all depends if another alternative is found
  17. Audi R8 V12TDI = Supercar
    Audi =/= Supercar company
  18. And Porsche does at the moment?
  19. So Porsche is just a supercar company once every decade?
  20. It's obviously Porsche. The Germans love diesel technology, and Porsche has access to all the latest projects through their connection with VW.

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