Order Book Opens in Germany for Audi A4 and A5 g-tron August 18, 2017 | Germany, Ingolstadt Audi’s order book is now open for the new A4 Avant g-tron and the new A5 Sportback g-tron–two sustainable alternatives in the midsize category. Both models are powered by a bivalent 2.0 TFSI engine developing 170 hp. Like the A3 Sportback g-tron that is already on the market, both vehicles can run on a choice of the climate-friendly fuel Audi e-gas, conventional CNG (compressed natural gas) or gasoline.
Gaps have a been filled today by the 2.17 low I believe the stock is ready to climb from here...hopefully
THIS IS CALLED A DUMP...
For 3 years I have been saying this... sell into the rallies.
'Inconvenient' Fact: Morgan Stanley Says Electric Cars Create More CO2 Than They Save
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Eric Stine - Craig-Hallum Capital Group Got it. Any way to talk about the magnitude of that or are these just kind of standard course of business tenders that you win on an ongoing basis?
Nancy Gougarty - Westport Fuel Systems - Chief Executive Officer I would say the good news is that these are standard course of business. I think that with our—as we have combined and merged we’re in a much stronger position because, first of all, we’re not competing with Fuel Systems; Westport Fuel Systems is one team now. But we’ve got multiple brands that we can bring out into these different countries, so I think we’re well positioned on all of these and these are all good opportunities for us. Based on how the countries do these, you know they come and go, but each year we’re able to participate and we’re very pleased this year we’ve had quite strong performance against the tender side.
Eric Stine - Craig-Hallum Capital Group Okay, thank you.
Andrea Alghisi - Westport Fuel Systems - Chief Operating Officer, Automotive Yes. Yes, exactly. That’s normal course of business. Even though the one that we will ship in 2018 was the biggest ever happened, so 60,000 kits, so systems. Revenues there will be between $6 million and $8 million, so a pretty sizeable tender. But that’s correct, it’s a standard way of business. They are recurring tenders and as a combined entity now we’re able to provide competitive prices and competitive products with all our brands.
I read somewhere after the 2016 merger, the combined companies in Westport Fuel Systems has 50 partnerships around the world! It looks like several of them are going to be bigger than the Cummins Westport partnership, according to guidance!
“We have tested two of the ISL G near-zero 8.9 liter engines, one in a refuse hauler and one in a Metro bus. In both cases, the NOx emissions were surprisingly low and 99 percent cleaner than the current standard and 99.96 percent cleaner than the 2004 standard,” says Kent Johnson, associate research engineer for CE-CERT and lead researcher on this study.
The University of California, Riverside College of Engineering Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT) and SoCalGas have announced the r
I'm feeling good about this co. I'd like to see mo're volume and to make new highs with the great earnings and improving Balance sheets we should easily pass the previous high volume is the key that shows interested from other parties besides just us
Westport Fuel Systems Initiated at Outperform by Oppenheimer