India gives car makers six months to roll out flex-fuel vehicles

August 31, 2021 |

In India, the Press Trust of India reports that the transportation minister has given auto manufacturers just six months to begin rolling out E100-compatible vehicles as part of the push to significantly boost ethanol consumption, reduce sugar and grain surpluses and cut oil imports. With ethanol being sold at 89 cents per liter and gasoline retailing for $1.51 per liter, the minister said that consumers will be clamoring for the opportunity to shift to flex-fuel vehicles.

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