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Saab BioPower: On The Rise Down Under

Australia would soon be experiencing the most earth friendly ride in the planet. After all, Saab’s environment friendly vehicle, the Saab BioPower, would soon be invading this continent sometime soon. The Saab BioPower is currently hailed as the best selling vehicle in Sweden that is very environmentally friendly.

According to the company, they are sending out the Saab BioPower to the country down under so as to promote and advance the knowledge of people on the benefits that ethanol, as a renewable alternate fuel source, could bring. Saab auto parts make up the interior and the exterior of this exceptional vehicle. However, what makes it different from the rest of the machines in the market and on the roads is that it has been created to be friendly enough not to further harm the environment.

The source of the power of the Saab BioPiower is actually the very popular E85. E85 simply means that the fuel is actually a mixture of two kinds of fuel, that is, 85 per cent ethanol and the rest, fifteen per cent, is petrol.

One version of the Saab Biopower is the Saab Biopower 9-5. This vehicle has already gained a reputation for itself especially in Sweden where it was launched just last year. It has also been sent off to other parts of the world like the United Kingdom and other markets in the continent of Europe. And despite the fact that it is a new one in the market, it has already become very popular and has proven that being new could still bring in more profits for the company.

Parveen Batish is the director for Saab’s Australian and New Zealand arm. And he staets, “Ethanol fuel makes sense in a country like Australia. It is renewable, sustainable fuel – unlike fossil fuel. You don’t have to sacrifice performance, boot space or the environment to switch to an alternative to petrol. BioPower drivers can still fill up with petrol when they need to – which makes ethanol ideal for Asutralia where we drive vast distances, making the roll-out of a new fuel technology, such as hydrogen, very challenging in the short to medium term.”

Submitted by:

Jenny McLane

Jenny McLane is a 36 year old native of Iowa and has a knack for research on cars and anything and everything about it. She works full time as a Market Analyst for one of the leading car parts suppliers in the country today.



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