Flexible fuel vehicles

Flexible fuel vehicles (FFVs) are those vehicles that can run on multiple fuel configurations. These vehicles can run both on gasoline and doped petrol with different levels of ethanol blends.

The government is expected to direct auto manufacturers of passenger and commercial vehicles to develop more of FFVs to reduce fossil fuel emissions. The new guidelines on the use of FFVs using flex engines will be issued during the third quarter of current fiscal. Specifications regarding the engine configuration and other aspects required to conform to the changes in fuel mix will be provided by these guidelines.

Written by IAS POINT

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