SAO PAULO – For the first time in history, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles in Brazil outpaced traditional gasoline models. Nearly half of the domestic units sold in May were equipped with bi-fuel capability, meaning the vehicles can run on a mixture of gasoline, alcohol or natural gas. Traditional gasoline models grabbed 43% of the market, diesel vehicles registered 5% and vehicles capable of running on alcohol alone represented 2%, the National Association of Vehicle Manufacturers ...

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