SAO PAULO – Half of all cars sold in Brazil this year will be flexible-fuel models, domestic auto makers predict. Some 22%, or 328,374, of the vehicles sold in the country in 2004 ran on flexible fuel, which includes a combination of gasoline and alcohol, or gasoline, alcohol and natural gas. VW Gol first to offer flex-fuel. Now that entry-level cars will be built with flexible-fuel engines this year, analysts project the bi-fuel/tri-fuel models will represent 50% of the domestic ...

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