Drivers hail, while officials doubt the environmental benefits of ethanol
The hood of a Volvo is closed at a Pirkkala industrial hall, as the installation work is under completion. The Volvo V70 of Ylöjärvi-native Olavi Kuosmanen now has a small device with an aluminium shell that changes the car: it can be fuelled with gasoline, as before, or with E85, i.e. ethanol. E85 is much more affordable than gasoline, a little over a euro per litre.