Open Fuel Standard Discussed at MIT

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Tom Striker
Toyota's Vice President of Technical and Regulatory Affairs, Tom Stricker, spoke about the Open Fuel Standard at MIT April 18th. He was against it. He said it would cost a lot of money for car makers to produce so many flex fuel vehicles so quickly and there isn't enough ethanol anyway. His brief mention of methanol dismissed it as unavailable.

Gal Luft was at the event and asked Stricker a question: "How many of Toyota's cars sold in Brazil are Flex Fuel Vehicles?"

Stricker answered, "All of them."

Enough said.

Read about the event: Our Gasoline-Free Future.
Read more about Brazil.
Read more about methanol.

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