Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 27. Chapters: Ford 021C, Ford Airstream, Ford B-Max, Ford Bronco, Ford Evos, Ford EX, Ford F-250 Super Chief, Ford Fairlane (Americas), Ford Focus Electric, Ford Forty-Nine, Ford GT90, Ford Gyron, Ford Indigo, Ford Interceptor, Ford Iosis, Ford MA, Ford Model U, Ford Mustang I, Ford Nucleon, Ford Prodigy, Ford Reflex, Ford SAV, Ford Seattle-ite XXI, Ford Shelby Cobra Concept, Ford Shelby GR-1, Ford SYNus, Ford TH!NK, Ford Vega, Ford Visos, Giugiaro Ford Mustang, Levicar. Excerpt: The Ford Focus Electric is a 5-door hatchback electric car produced by Ford Motor Company. The Focus Electric is Ford's first full production, all-electric passenger vehicle, and production began in December 2011. Deliveries for fleet customers in the United States began in December 2011, and was release to retail customers in May 2012 only in California, New York and New Jersey, in limited numbers, followed by the other 16 initial markets in the third quarter of 2012. The European release is scheduled for late 2012. The Focus Electric shares the glider of a third generation Ford Focus. Its electric powertrain uses a 23kWh, liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery pack, which delivers a range of 76 mi (122 km) according to the US Environmental Protection Agency. The agency rated the Focus Electric combined fuel economy at 105 miles per gallon gasoline equivalent (2.2 L/100 km), and ranks the Focus Electric as the most fuel-efficient car sold in the United States in the compact class. The Focus Electric was awarded the 2011 Green Car Vision Award at the 2011 Washington Auto Show. The Ford Focus BEV was the concept electric car introduced by Ford Motor Company at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Focus BEV concept used the European Mark II as its donor vehicle and incorporated key components from Ford's North American hybrid technology, including the electric...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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