The flex-fuel Fiat Uno, made by Fiat Brazil, will be sold in South Africa, where Fiat South Africa will work with local farmers to plant crops to make biofuel, according to a report in the South African newspaper the Weekend Post. A petro-only version will go on sale in July and the flex-fuel version later in the year. The Uno Flex can burn corn- or sugar-based alcohol as well as petrol.
Fiat South Africa will work with farmers planting crops in KwaZulu Natal to make biofuels available in South Africa. The Weekend Post says that the South African market is shifting more and more to smaller vehicles

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[Source: Weekend Post via Just Auto (subs req'd)]

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