Engineers’ Angle |Switching from gasolene to LPG – The pros and cons

The LPG used in vehicles is known as autogas. This is a by-product of the crude oil refining process and of natural gas processing, and has been widely used in vehicles in several countries, namely in the European Union, Turkey, Russia, Australia, South Korea, Hong Kong, and India.

According to the World LPG Association, it powers over 15 million vehicles in Europe, more than six million in the whole Asia-Pacific region and more than 200,000 in North America.