Fiat Siena Ugly But Adaptive | Quad Fuel Vehicle

fiat 4fuel vehicle 01 Fiat Siena Ugly But Adaptive | Quad Fuel Vehicle

First we had the choice of regular, premium, supreme or diesel. And generally the decision was an easy one, since most cars are built with a decided preference.

But now there’s the Fiat Siena Tetrafuel, which gives us the option of running on four completely different types of fuel. According to Italiaspeed, this vehicle has struck gold in the Brazilian market, being introduced with the capability to fill its 1.4 liter engine with either moisturized alcohol, pure gasoline, natural gas, or Brazilian gasoline (which is made up of alcohol, pure gasoline and natural gas).

fiat 4fuel vehicle 02 Fiat Siena Ugly But Adaptive | Quad Fuel Vehicle

Continue Reading / See Additional Photos

Bentley Going Green | But You Still Can Not Afford It

green bently 002 Bentley Going Green | But You Still Can Not Afford It

Bentley, the mega-luxury British carmaker owned by Volkswagen, announced at the Geneva Auto Show this month that it will phase it its all-gas engines by 2012. This marks the first luxury auto line – and one of few overall – to switch to bio- and flex- fuel engines.

The first of these flex-fuel engines is due out in 2009, and by 2012 Bentley will be using a new powertrain that’s expected to include hybrid technologies. If you’re a Bentley fan — and chances are you’re not, because these are some of the most expensive cars on the market — you won’t have to sacrifice power or luxury; Bentley remains dedicated to providing its customers with excellent performance.

Continue Reading / See Additional Photos

G Living1
Find us on Google+