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Tokyo, Japan, Sept 25, 2006 - (JCN Newswire) - Honda Motor Co., Ltd., announced that it has developed a new flexible fuel vehicle (FFV) system that enables gasoline engine-based power plants to operate on either 100% ethanol or a wide range of ethanol-gasoline fuel mixtures.
Honda has developed a new flexible fuel vehicle (FFV) system that enables gasoline engine-based power plants to operate on either 100% ethanol or a wide range of ethanol-gasoline fuel mixtures.
Watanabe also said Toyota will introduce a flexible fuel vehicle in Brazil that can run on 100% bio-ethanol fuel.
Local Illinois newspaper the Belleville News-Democrat recently reported that an Illinois State House committee is currently considering proposed legislation that would implement a new $500 income tax credit for state residents purchasing a flexible fuel vehicle in the next two years.
THE 150th Ford Focus Flexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV) registered in Britain has been delivered to the National Farmers' Union.
- In November this year, Honda began sales in Brazil of automobiles equipped with a flexible fuel vehicle (FFV) system, which enables gasoline engine-based power plants to operate on a wide range of ethanol-gasoline fuel mixtures between 20% to 100% ethanol.
The 150th Ford Flexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV), capable of running on bio-ethanol or petrol, has just been delivered to the National Farmers' Union and in the commercial vehicle sector the Ford Transit Connect and Transit together take almost 30% of medium sector sales.
* Ranger Flexible Fuel Vehicle. This model year offers additional flexibility with factory-installed options and packages to provide an affordable custom look.
The Ford Focus Flexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV) runs on either bio-ethanol or unleaded petrol in any mix in the same fuel tank.
For ethanol-keen Brazil, Nissan promised a 100 per cent bio-ethanol fuelled vehicle by 2009, while also announcing plans for an Armada FFV, or flexible fuel vehicle that can run on any blend of ethanol and gasoline using up to 85 per cent ethanol, in the United States next year.
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