SAO PAULO – As oil prices surpass $40 per barrel, Brazilian drivers are less concerned than elsewhere. That’s because in the next two years nearly 70% of new cars produced here will have a bi-fuel engine that runs on gasoline or alcohol fuel. Additionally, Brazilian auto makers are developing a tri-fuel engine that adds natural gas as a third choice. Chevrolet Astra one of many GM Brazil cars offering flex-fuel tank. China is going a step farther, with interest in a 4-fuel engine ...
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