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The 100% Electric-Powered, Zero CO2 Emissions Ford Focus Electric Is One Beautifully Designed Car

by , 12/18/11
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As the new era of gas-free vehicle travel dawns in America, the new Ford Focus Electric well represents the goodness this era will bring: 100% electric-power and zero CO2 emissions.* Plus, it comes fully loaded and packed with a host of cool technology features that enhance performance and make Focus Electric a lot of fun to drive. Focus Electric gets all of its power from an advanced high-voltage lithium-ion battery system, which means you’ll never need a drop of gas or an oil change. A full charge can be achieved in approximately 3 – 4 hours with the available 240-volt home charging station. Tech tools, like SYNC® with MyFord Touch® featuring unique EV content, help you maximize efficiency and range by displaying battery charge status, energy surplus status and more.

The MyFord® Mobile app lets you monitor and schedule charging from anywhere. It gives you remote charging status updates, existing charge levels, available range and keeps track of your charge schedule. It helps you also locate the nearest charging stations. Visually, Focus Electric is a strikingly sharp car. Its kinetic design exudes energy, giving it a feel of constant motion. Smart touches like eco-friendly materials inside and an illuminated charge port outside project its advanced nature. Simply put, Focus Electric looks exactly like the advanced, progressively powered vehicle that it is. Learn more about Focus Electric at Ford.com. *Coming spring 2012, Limited availability.

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