The price of petrol and diesel in the country has become burdensome for the people, leading them to search for cars with better mileage at a lower cost. To reduce dependency on petrol and diesel, companies are increasingly promoting electric vehicles. However, the high price of electric vehicles makes them inaccessible for many. In response to this, Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has announced the launch of ethanol-powered cars in the market. This move aims to provide relief to the people and reduce the reliance on traditional fuels.
Introduction of Ethanol Vehicles
Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has been actively discussing the promotion of alternative fuels such as ethanol and methanol. Recently, he unveiled the country’s first ethanol-powered car, a variant of Toyota Innova High Cross. This car runs completely on ethanol and does not require any traditional fuel. Gadkari mentioned that efforts are being made to open fuel pumps for ethanol and methanol in different locations across the country. Implementing these alternative fuels will not only control pollution but also have a positive impact on the country’s economy.
Benefits and Impact
The introduction of ethanol-powered cars will have several benefits. Firstly, it will significantly reduce pollution levels. Secondly, the closure of petrol and diesel pumps will have a positive impact on the country’s economy. Furthermore, compared to the current price of petrol at Rs 100 per liter, the cost of ethanol is estimated to be between Rs 60 to Rs 70 per liter. This will provide significant cost savings for vehicle owners and reduce the financial burden on the people.
The launch of the first ethanol-powered car in India is a step towards reducing the country’s reliance on petrol and diesel. Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari is actively promoting alternative fuels and discussing their implementation. The introduction of ethanol and methanol as fuels for vehicles will not only control pollution but also have a positive impact on the country’s economy. With the cost of ethanol being significantly lower than petrol, it will provide relief to the people who are currently struggling with high fuel prices.
– Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari plans to launch ethanol-powered cars in the market.
– The first ethanol car, a variant of Toyota Innova High Cross, has been unveiled.
– Efforts are being made to open fuel pumps for ethanol and methanol across the country.
– The introduction of ethanol-powered cars will reduce pollution and have a positive impact on the country’s economy.
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