I don't know what a "fuel map" is (a map of fuel stations?), but any Arduino board can do all of these tasks. Look at the Nano.
Avoid the Uno. It's a great board for the classroom, but the Nano beats it in just about every spec.
On the other hand, if this is your first Arduino project, then I strongly recommend that you buy an Uno and a "sensor" kit. Then start experimenting with the sensor kit and the example sketches in the IDE. Diving right into the deep end will only make your project take longer.
on projects with little space, I like to use the Arduino Mini.
It has all the features of the Nano, but it doesn't have the USB interface,
which during normal use is unnecessary.
To upload codes I use the module with FT232RL, which I remove after I record the code.
thans for help.
Yes, I´m plannig a plenty of tests before use on my bike. SW and HW must be durable, but the function, that I expect, doesnt has an impect for function at all. Only reading analog values and switching some relays. I checked what marker offers, I am wondering about Arduino Nano, is it suitable too?