[Staff, 2022-12-10 13:30:00,
Electrics and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles are perceived to be the future for cleaner and greener mobility. However, Mazda, in collaboration with Coryton, has shown that using biofuel for sustainable mobility, even in sports cars is doable. Recently, a milestone of completing 1,000 miles on sustainable road fuel from Coryton on the racetracks of all the nations falling under the UK, was achieved using a 2022 Mazda MX-5 Miata, one of the best value-for-money roadsters available right now. The biofuel created by Coryton for the feat included 100 percent agricultural waste from crops and straw.
This circuit-to-circuit drive covered by the standard 2.0-liter 184 PS Mazda MX-5 Miata running on sustainable road fuel from Coryton took one week and included three different racetracks for covering 1,000 miles. With this achievement, Mazda proved that a biofuel is also an un-ignorable option for achieving climate neutrality and decarbonizing vehicles. Commenting on this feat, Jeremy Thomson, Managing Director of Mazda UK, advocated for the wider availability of sustainable fuels for reducing automotive CO2 emissions.
Mazda Collaborated With Coryton For This Achievement
Mazda began this 1,000-mile drive at the headquarters of Coryton in Essex with the MX-5 Miata fed with biofuel. After the start, the car drove through the headquarters of Motorsport UK in…
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