TGI Explained


Simply put, TGI is the brand name for SEAT engines which can operate with both compressed natural gas and petrol for lower fuel costs and fewer costs and fewer CO2 emissions. Good for the environment. And your wallet.

What is TGI by SEAT?

TGI combines petrol and compressed natural gas (CNG), cutting both emissions and costs. Two fuels, double the benefits.

TGI: The Benefits

With TGI by SEAT, you can save up to 50%* compared to a petrol engine and up to 30%* compared to diesel, while enjoying tax benefits in several markets.

Just like filling up with petrol. But with two fuels for extra reliability. And a growing number of stations across Europe. Making it easy to move.

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*Percentage obtained by comparing a SEAT model with TGI engine while driving in CNG mode to the same SEAT model with a petrol or diesel engine, using official and homologated data of CO2 emissions and average fuel consumption. Fuel prices based on Spanish market.

SEAT Ibiza TGI: average fuel consumption 4.9 l/100 km, average CO2 mass emissions 88 g/km. SEAT Leon TGI 5D & ST: average fuel consumption 5.7 l/100 km, average CO2 mass emissions 130 g/km.