Some newer American cars from Ford and GM can run on E85 fuel, which is a mixture of traditional gasoline and 25% corn ethanol. 🌽
Other countries, such as Brazil, have been doing this for years… and, now, with the right vehicle… you can, too!
However, while sustainable energy sources are important, you definitely also need to consider the price of the fuel, because your mileage will suffer! — What's hidden all the way at the bottom of GM's FAQ regarding E85 is that, when running E85 in your car, you'll typically get around 25% worse gas mileage!
So, while you may see other benefits such as more horsepower/torque, you might want to be sure that the fuel is at least 25% cheaper than the regular gasoline before buying. 😎👍🏻