Introduction

Maruti Suzuki will have flex-fuel engines by 2025. This was announced by the company in a press release on Tuesday. The Flex Fuel engine comes with an advanced ECU that processes the fuel-air ratio. The new engine will not require any changes to the car’s body and fuel tank structure, which means it can run on E20 ethanol-petrol blends, including E85.

The Flex Fuel engine comes with an advanced ECU that processes the fuel-air ratio.

The ECU is a computer that controls the engine. It’s an acronym for Engine Control Unit and it’s responsible for fuel injection and ignition timing. The ECU can be found in any vehicle with an internal combustion engine, but it’s most commonly found in cars, trucks and heavy equipment because they have more complex systems than motorcycles or scooters do.

In addition to monitoring your car’s performance through sensors that measure things like temperature and pressure (among other things), the ECU also monitors how much gas you use at different speed ranges. When you hit 100 km/h (62 mph), your gas consumption will increase because of increased air resistance on top of normal driving conditions; as a result, this causes an increase in emissions levels due to higher temperatures inside your catalytic converter which converts harmful gases into harmless ones before they enter into our lungs when we breathe them out later on during idle periods after starting up again after stopping abruptly due to bad road conditions etcetera.”

The Flex Fuel engine will be able to run on E20 ethanol-petrol blends, including E85.

The flex fuel engine will be able to run on E20 ethanol-petrol blends, including E85. This is a welcome development for the Indian automotive industry, as it will allow carmakers to comply with the government’s mandate for an increase in ethanol content in petrol and diesel fuels by 2030.

Car makers have been working on this technology since May 2018 when they were told about it through letters from the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH). However, there are several issues that need to be addressed before this can become reality:

  • How much fuel should be used? The current guidelines state that cars should not use more than 14% ethanol (E15) or 10% biodiesel(BDO). It also says that no more than 10% of total available capacity must be allowed for non-biodiesel fuels such as CNG or LPG — although these rules may change over time if demand increases significantly

The new engine will not require any changes to the car’s body and fuel tank structure.

The new engine will not require any changes to the car’s body and fuel tank structure. The same space for an E20 ethanol-petrol blend can be used for an E85 flex fuel engine, so there is no need for any modifications. This makes it easier for Maruti owners to switch over from E20 blends to higher levels of ethanol by simply refilling their tanks with more of the low-cost liquid fuel than they’d need on a regular basis.

The other big advantage of this new technology is that it makes it possible for cars like the Swift or Alto K5 SZ (both models with diesel engines) to also run on these low-cost fuels without needing additional equipment or modifications—allowing you to save money while also reducing your carbon footprint!

Maruti Suzuki is working on a new 1.5-litre Flex Fuel petrol engine for its cars.

Maruti Suzuki is working on a new 1.5-litre Flex Fuel petrol engine for its cars. It will be introduced in a new variant of its best-selling model, the Maruti Suzuki Baleno.

The company claims that it has been able to increase the power output of this engine by 25 per cent over what was available in earlier versions of this model. This means that you can expect greater performance and efficiency from your car when you decide to purchase one with this engine installed!

It will be introduced in a new variant of its best-selling model, the Maruti Suzuki Baleno.

The new Maruti Suzuki Baleno E20 will be introduced in a new variant of its best-selling model, the Maruti Suzuki Baleno.

The car is a compact car with a hatchback body and sedan chassis that can be used as an SUV or CUV (Crossover Utility Vehicle) by removing the bonnet and tailgate. It’s available in three variants: petrol, diesel and hybrid electric versions.

It can also switch to higher ethanol blends like E100 and E85.

You may have heard of the E85 flex fuel engine. What is it, and how does it work?

It’s a mixture of 85% ethanol and 15% petrol (which is why it’s called E85), which means that you can switch to higher blends like E100 or even E20 if your car isn’t able to use all types of fuel at once. This type of fuel has been used in many European cars for some time now, but only recently has it become available in India due to improved ethanol production technology here.

Maruti Suzuki will have flex fuel engines by 2023

Flex fuel engines will be introduced in the new variant of Maruti Suzuki’s best selling model, the Baleno. This announcement was made by Mr Srikant Radhakrishnan, Managing Director of Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL).

Mr Radhakrishnan said that they have been working on this project since last year and it is now ready to go live with all its features including E20 compliance by April 2023

Conclusion

This new flex fuel engine is expected to be introduced in a new variant of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno by 2023. It can also switch to higher ethanol blends like E100 and E85.

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