Ford develops gasoline-inspired fragrance for electric vehicle owners

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If you drive an electric vehicle and miss the smell of gasoline, Ford has you covered.

The company recently developed a fragrance called “Mach-Eau” that gives off the smell of a gasoline-powered engine. It’s in response to a recent survey that asked electric vehicle owners what they missed the most about traditional vehicles. Seventy percent of respondents said the smell of gasoline.

The new scent isn’t for sale yet.

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