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“Brazil has attracted increased attention from global oil majors seeking exposure to the domestic market, where more than 80% of all new cars sold are flex-fuel models that can run on any mixture of ethanol and gasoline.”
“Most of the flex-fuel cars sold there are produced by Ford, Chrysler and GM.”
“Specifically, a high requirement on minimum blend levels in gasoline led auto manufacturers to ensure that most new cars in Brazil were flex-fuel.”
“Today, 90% of new cars produced in Brazil are flex-fuel—able to burn gasoline or alcohol or any combination of the two.”
“I want to drive an affordable electric or gas/electric or some sort of flex-fuel vehicle as a mobility device.”
“In addition to arguing for lighter standards in early years, the industry is pushing for "flex-fuel" and other credits to reduce the burden of the rules, said people with knowledge of the proposal.”
“The cab association wants Dallas to include other alternative vehicles, such as hybrids and flex-fuel taxis that run on ethanol, in the front-of-the-line policy, and phase it in so cabbies with newly purchased cars aren't penalized.”
“The country's second-consecutive lackluster sugar cane harvest has also led to higher ethanol prices, which causes drivers of flex-fuel cars to opt to fill their tanks with gasoline rather than the alternative biofuel, Mr. Barbassa added.”
“The 300 will also have a new engine—a flex-fuel 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 producing 292 hp.”
“That's why we're working hard with our peers in the ethanol industry to phase out tax incentives like the ethanol blender's credit and work toward other ways to help the industry grow and consumers break King Oil's monopoly, such as expanding the availability of flex-fuel vehicles and mid-level blends of ethanol to fuel them.”
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