Agreed, not a problem, I'll chime in too as it's of interest, something is happening and whether it's man made or not it is a noble cause to reduce our footprint and destructive use of naturalThat's my thoughts as well as far as Alfas being used in Brazil. I would also suspect that whether the fuel is E10 or E100, those simple changes should be fine, along with some retuning for a different effective octane. Wish one would comment.
Sorry for having diverted the subject. Was raised in the Sciences, married to the Sciences, have friends who are well regarded scientists, so I see things differently than the other guy. Such is life. Time will certainly tell us what is really happening, regardless of what he thinks. Promise to stay away, regardless of what is espoused. I think we got the idea.
Alfas are much more fun, lol.
Unfortunately the approaches given the green light by the governments around the world are the non sensical quick profit low effort based options that will also be legislated out of existence within 20 years, similar to what happened with diesel.
I think we are all smart enough to see driving our 30 year old Alfas is 10x better for the environment than a brand new Prius, it is far better to reuse what's we already have than create something new. Also, all the time these "zero carbon" vehicles (lies) use batteries in the fashion they currently do, we are destroying the natural landscape and exploiting the people of 3rd world countries to make them. We are currently just going down a rabbit hole we need not to.
I'll be keeping my 164 all my life, and getting another if possible. What doesn't this car do? And if we end up with E100 or synfuel in the UK I'll do my damnedest to convert it to that too