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Porsche's hydrogen-based eFuel turns gas guzzlers into eco-cars

Green gasoline would keep iconic sports cars on the road amid decarbonization

Porsche's planned eFuel will reduce carbon dioxide emissions from the automaker's iconic gas-burning vehicles, such as the 911 sports car.   © Reuters

FRANKFURT, Germany/TOKYO -- While other automakers race to field electrified vehicles, Porsche looks to develop a fuel that will keep its iconic gasoline-burning cars relevant in the decarbonization era.

Porsche's eFuel, which is under development, combines "green hydrogen" generated by renewable energy with carbon dioxide captured from the atmosphere. The methanol produced from the process is converted into gasoline.

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