SAO PAULO – Volkswagen do Brasil Ltda. says it may stop selling vehicles fueled solely by gasoline within two to three years. “The tendency is to use flexible-fuel systems (that) accept gasoline or alcohol-based fuel,” says Paulo Sergio Kakinoff, director-sales and marketing. Only the Gol model currently has this option, a recent addition. In the first two weeks of availability, more than 5,000 flex-fuel Gols were sold. VW also plans to install the flex-fuel system, called Total Flex, ...
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