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Sunday, 18 July 2021

The electric car will smell like petrol-diesel inside, its bottle is designed like a fuel machine

 The electric car will smell like petrol-diesel inside, its bottle is designed like a fuel machine

The electric car will smell like petrol-diesel inside, its bottle is designed like a fuel machine


    This perfume is named Mach-Eau


American automaker Ford has started booking its Mustang Mach-E GT. It has a starting price of 59 59,900 (about Rs 45 lakh). This electric car is so powerful that it can reach a speed of 0 to 100 kmph in just 3.8 seconds. As well as on a single charge its range is around 435 km. The company has developed a special perfume for this car, which will smell like petrol.


In fact, Ford conducted a survey in Europe, in which 1 in 5 drivers are remembering the smell of gasoline in an electric car. In this case, the company has developed a perfume called Mach-Eau. The company will not sell this perfume, but this perfume will be given to people who do not smell when the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​starts.


What is special about Mach-Eau?

This perfume bottle from Ford is designed like a fuel pump machine. That means the petrol pump has a design like a petrol and diesel fuel machine. It has a petrol pipe and a nozzle-like cable on its side. The quantity of perfume inside it is 50ml. In front of the bottle is a running horse logo, which is given on the front grille of the car. What is special is that the color of the perfume is also similar to the color of petrol.

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Mustang Mach-E GT Highlights

There is a special powerful electric car manufactured by Ford. It has a power of 480 horsepower. As well as its torque is 813nm. Airbags are provided on all four sides inside the car for safety. The rear door also has child safety, auto dimming rearview mirror, tire pressure monitor system, rear window defroster and washer, SOS post crash alert system. This electric car has been launched in four variants Select, California Route 1, Premium and GT.

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