Mitsubishi Motors Corp. will launch a flexible-fuel vehicle (FFV) in Brazil this fiscal year and says models are in development for the U.S. market for launch in 2009. FFVs, which are capable of running on gasoline or ethanol or a combination of the two accounted for 55% of car sales in Brazil in 2006. Mitsubishi says it is working with its Brazilian subsidiary, MMC Automotores do Brasil Ltda., to develop the flex-fuel system that uses sensors to measure the concentration of oxygen in ...

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