Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Co. Ltd. launches its flexible-fuel vehicle next month, which the auto maker says is the first mass-production car on the domestic market that can run on gasoline and ethanol fuel. The ninth-generation Lancer EX sedan, which goes on sale Oct. 16, is powered by a 1.8L engine that is compatible with E85 or a 2.0L mill that runs on E20. Mitsubishi Thailand President Nobuyuki Murahashi tells a news conference there will be three FFV models. The new vehicle is ...

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