Brazil is ready to share its experience in flexible fuel vehicles with India and is eager to work with it on this front, said Andre Aranha Correa do Lago, Brazilian Ambassador to India, according to business-standard.
He was speaking at a conference organised by the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) on Wednesday.
Addressing the gathering he said that 20 years ago flexible fuel vehicles were introduced in Brazil and currently 92% of the light vehicles sold in the country are of the flexible fuel variety.
“We have one flexible fuel car (hybrid) that has arrived in India for testing,” he said.
“India is the fourth largest user of fuel and adopting flexible fuel vehicles will help it to lower expenditure on fuel,” said Plinio Nastari, President of Brazilian agro-business analytics major DATAGRO.