Citroen is launching the C4 BioFlex in September 2007. The C4 BioFlex is a flexfuel vehicle using regular fuel and ethanol. It will be launched first in France and Sweden, and soon after in other European countries. Most of these countries have attractive policies for these new fuel types.
The C4 BioFlex is the Marqueâ€™s first flexfuel vehicle in Europe. Citroen already sells flexfuel cars in Brazil, where this kind of vehicle accounted for 65% of the brandâ€™s sales in 2006, and more than 80% since the start of 2007. With this offering, Citroen is present on a new market in this world region. E85 fuel pumps are beginning to appear in France. Some 500 pumps are expected to be up and running by the end of the year.
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