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From Le Mans to Leicestershire with Audi’s e-Tron

TruFrame have recently equipped their sales team with four new Audi A3 Sportback e-Tron hybrid cars, which were inspired by the technologies developed for their Le Mans racing successes in the FIA World Endurance Championship.

Audi first debuted the technology with their R18 e-Tron at the 2012 24 Hours of Le Mans and subsequently one of the team cars was driven to victory, making it the first hybrid electric vehicle to win at the iconic race track. Indeed, Audi went on to win with the same car for the following two years in 2013 and 2014, whilst harnessing this engineering expertise to make it commercially viable in mass produced vehicles.

TruFrame already carries ISO 14001:2015 for their environmental management system and the adoption of hybrid cars, is a further commitment to helping to minimise their impact on the environment. The new Audi A3 Sportback e-Tron hybrid cars boast impressive emission levels of 37g/km of CO2 and a 580 mile range from a small 40 litre fuel tank. It’s also one of the few cars that qualifies for zero-rating in the Congestion Charge Zone in London, an acknowledgment of its impressive green credentials.

David Firmager, managing director of TruFrame commented: ‘The new fleet of e-Tron hybrid cars for the sales team fully supports our commitment to the environment and our ISO14001:2015 certification. Our credentials as a diligent manufacturing company are demonstrated by our wealth of quality standards and this is part of the reason why our customers choose us as their uPVC window fabricator of choice.’

For further information on becoming a TruFrame partner visit www.truframe.co.uk, e-mail sales@truframe.co.uk or call the office directly on 01664 410 140.

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TruFrame Ltd

TruFrame are one of the top six largest manufacturers of uPVC windows and doors in the UK, as well as being the only high volume fabricator to finish every frame off by hand. This additional step in the manufacturing process is done to ensure the highest level of product quality and provide a truly unrivalled finish.

Within their 40,000 sq foot operation, TruFrame manufacture a wide range of products from the Liniar system, along with their own composite doors using the Solidor slab.

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