A claimed 70 percent of electric car buyers said they would miss the smell of gas when switching to a plug-in vehicle. This is according to Ford, which to promote its upcoming Mach-E GT has created a fragrance intended to smell like petroleum.
Yes, you read that correctly and no, today is not the first of April. Ford goes on to say the smell of gasoline ranked as a more popular scent than wine and cheese, and was almost identical to the aroma of used books, according to its own research.
Called Mach-Eau (because of course it is) Ford says the fragrance is “designed to please the nose
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