SAO PAULO – Engineers at Magneti Marelli PowerTrain Mercosul have created what the company calls the Flexfuel Sensor, an electronic injection system that identifies the type of fuel in a vehicle’s tank – part of an effort in Brazil to create vehicles that use two types of fuel. Robert Bosch GmbH has a similar technology called Flexible Fuel, which it began developing in 1992. Analysts believe the use of two fuels, gasoline and alcohol, will reduce pollution and cut fuel costs. Brazil is ...
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