India’s first flex-fuel car will be launched at the end of the month,

This type of fuel will reduce the use of petrol. Users can also save thousands of rupees in a month. This car will prove to be the best in terms of mileage as well. Cars with flex-fuel engines can run on fuels other than their standard fuel without any problem.

 People are very upset due to the increasing price of diesel and petrol. To take advantage of this, Toyota is ready to introduce the country’s first Flex-Fuel car on 28 September. The name of this vehicle is Toyota Corolla Hybrid, which is currently on sale in markets like Brazil.

Ethanol-mixed fuel has been used in this vehicle. Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari will unveil this upcoming vehicle in Delhi.

Minister Nitin Gadkari’s statement

Speaking at the 62nd Annual Session of the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA) earlier this month, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari himself announced that he would unveil the first flex-fuel car in India in September. Although he had said that this vehicle equipped with flex-fuel technology will be from Toyota.

Know how the hybrid flex-fuel car will be?

There is no fuel used in flex-fuel vehicles. Flex-fuel is an internal combustion fuel in a car, prepared by combining gasoline and methanol or ethanol. This type of fuel will reduce the use of petrol, while at the same time users can also save thousands of rupees in a month. This car will prove to be the best in terms of mileage as well. Cars with flex-fuel engines can run on fuels other than their standard fuel without any problem.

Brazil is giving India’s support

Let us tell you for information, Brazil’s Ambassador to India Andre Aranha Correa do Lago asked automakers at the SIAM conference to develop flex-fuel vehicles, that his country would use flex-fuel technology as well as fuel and hybrid flex-fuel. We will work with India on other fuels like vehicles.

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