I love it when it is cold outside... it produces... EXHAUST VAPOUR !!!
I noticed that the sound of the diesel SQ5 is very deep and you need headphones or good external speakers to hear the real sound.Love the car man. But next time, you have to use a mic to get closer to the exhaust so we hear the roar better
Here is how my 300hp 3.2 Quattro sounds:
Canadian DERV must have a high concentration of Kerosene or similar distillate of black gold if you can run the car in those temperatures. Back in the winter of '95 we had temperatures down to - 28C at night and -18C during the day. I had a LR Discovery TDI which packed up after 3 days of getting progressively slower, walking pace on day 3! LR were very unhelpful as they did not design their vehicles for these temperatures as they are unheard of in Solihull so I contacted Esso as their brand was sold by my local filling station. Very helpful technical department who told me that UK winter diesel waxes below -15C so I could add Kerosene up to a maximum of 25% but better to inform Customs & Excise first as there is no duty on it. Local gritters, I believe, run on a 25/75 Kero/Diesel mix in winter.You just need colder temps: - 33ºC this morning. My TDI made lots of steam!